Broad beam transmission of x-rays (constant potential) through lead (0.5-2.0 MV) Fig 4.3 (9)

Broad beam transmission of x-rays (constant potential) through lead (0.5-2.0 MV) Fig 4.3 (9)
Broad beam transmission of x-rays (constant potential) through lead (0.5-2.0 MV) Fig 4.3 (9)

Higher energy transmission

The above data is found to be compatible with modern (IAEA / NCRP) data for high energy x-ray transmission in lead. From around 4-30 MV a TVL (10th value layer) for x-rays in lead is found to be 5.7 cm.

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