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Improvement of the Reliability and Accuracy of Heavy Ion Beam Analysis

English STI/DOC/010/485 978-92-0-103517-2
198 96 45.00 2019

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This publication highlights the achievements of an IAEA coordinated research project addressing limitations in the utilization of heavy ions, through the delivery of better analytical tools with a higher degree of reliability, accuracy, and user confidence, thereby enabling an expansion in the range of problems that can be solved. Relevant to researchers in ion beam laboratories, which utilize heavy ion beams for materials research, this publication will also be of interest to those using light ion beams for other materials science problems, as the underlying knowledge is common to all ion beam types. The database of the new stopping cross-sections included in this publication contains extensive new data not available before.

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Ion Bombardment, Stopping Power, Solids, Effect of Radiation, Nuclear Physics, Experimental Procedures, Data Evaluation Practice, Theory, Cross-Section Dataset, Knowledge Transfer, Ion Beam, Models, Methods, Software, Transmission Data, Sample, Fitting Methods, Laboratories, Reliability, Accuracy, IBA, Heavy Ion Beam Analysis, Analytical Tools, Backscattering Measurements, Thin Films, Manufacture, Procurement, Targets, Calculations, Analytical Simulations, Advanced Material, Surface, Light Elements, Applications, High Temperature, Carbon Based Materials, Accelerators, ERDA, Elastic Recoil Detection Analysis, Heavy Ion Interaction, Deficiencies, Silicon, Gold, Oxides, Nitrides, Energy Loss, Experiments, CRP, Coordinated Research Project, Material Research, Experimental Values

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