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Identifier: radioactivetrans00ruth
Title: Radioactive transformations
Year: 1906 (1900s)
Authors: Rutherford, Ernest, 1871-1937
Subjects: Radioactivity Radioactivity
Publisher: London : Constable
Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine
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s meeting at fairly sharp angles.Above Q the ionization is due to the rays from radium C. AtQ the a particles from the product of range about 4.8 cms. •enter the ionization chamber, and the curve starts off at a sharpangle. A similar break is observed at R and S when the aparticles from the other two products enter the ionization cham-ber. The slopes of the curves P Q, Q R, R S, S T, are verynearly in the ratio of 1, 2, 3, and 4, — a result to be expectedfrom the simple theory. Experiments were also made by Bragg and Kleeman on theabsorption of the a rays by thin metallic layers and by othergases besides air. The effect of placing a uniform absorbing PROPERTIES OF THE a RAYS 243 screen over a thin layer of radioactive matter is to depress theionization curve by the same amount throughout its wholecourse. For example, the loss of range for an absorbing screenof silver foil, whose weight per unit area was .00967 grams, wasequal to that for a stratum of air of thickness 3.35 cms. and

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<*-. ~S- Co- 7. eT R&t*. of diec/iarge in arbitrary scaIiFig. 51. whose weight per unit area was .00402 gram. The ratio ofthese two weights is 2.41, showing that the stopping power ofsilver is 2.41 times greater than would be expected on a simpledensity law. An examination of a number of metals showedthat the stopping power was approximately proportional to the 244 RADIOACTIVE TRANSFORMATIONS square root of the atomic weights. A similar law was found tohold for gases over a considerable range of density. This rela-tion is most remarkable, and indicates that the absorption ofenergy in the atom is proportional to the square root of itsatomic weight. It is known that for simple gases like hydro-gen, oxygen, and carbon dioxide, the total number of ions pro-duced by complete absorption of a rays of given intensity isnearly the same, suggesting that the same energy is required ineach case to produce an ion. If the stopping power of any gasis mainly governed by the energy used up in p

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