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If the sample penetrated is sufficiently thin, the energy distribution of the emergent particles is not Gaussian, but has a long tail in the high-energy region (Landau, 1944; Vavilov, 1957), a fact that is attributable to insufficient number of knock-on collisions produced in the sample. The Landau-Vavilov distribution has been extensively tabulated (NAS-NRC, 1964), and it has also been experimentally verified (Maccabee et at, 1968). This distribution is important in radiation biology. Radiation effects in a cell depend on the energy lost within the cell, which shows a large, asymmetrical fluctuation because of the small size of the cell.
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