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X‐RAY‐INDUCED FLUORESCENCE OF RUBY
1.Permanent address: The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.
2.Supported by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
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5.There is some indication from the rise time characteristics of the fluorescences that a large fraction of a given level is populated in times but This would partially support inelastic scatterings by secondary electrons with energies of a few hundred electron volts and a mean free path of 100 Å. It does not rule out, however, some of the other processes.
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