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      L X-ray energy shifts and intensity ratios; heavy ions; estimation of multiple vacancies in M, N, O shells

    • Abstract

       

      The energy shifts and intensity ratios of different L X-ray components in tantalum element due to 10 MeV carbon and 12 MeV nitrogen ions are estimated. From the observed energy shifts, the possible number of simultaneous vacancies in M shell are estimated. A comparison of Lα/Lβ2.15, Lβ1/Lγ1 and Lγ2.3/Lγ4.4 with the ratios due to Scofield theoretical transition rates indicate that the number of multiple vacancies in N shell are higher than the vacancies in M and O shell. Employing Larkin’s statistical scaling procedure, the number of possible multiple vacancies in N and O shells are estimated quantitatively.

    • Author Affiliations

       

      Y Ramakrishna1 K Ramachandra Rao1 G J Naga Raju1 K Bhaskara Rao1 V Seshagiri Rao1 P Venkateswarlu1 S Bhuloka Reddy1

      1. Swami Jnanananda Laboratories for Nuclear Research, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam - 530 003, India
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