Using the atomic parameters stored in the databases, some tables were built for some important physical paramenters of Rayleigh and Compton scattering and photoelectric effect (the most important interactions in the Xray regime), for the elements with atomic numbers Z=1 to 92.
In particular:
Atomic parameters (edge and line parameters, fluorescence yields and CosterKronig transition probabilities, line widths, line fractions and line energies)

tables and graphics

Mass attenuation coefficients

graphics

Atomic form factors and scattering functions

graphics

Compton profiles

graphics


These data tables were first published as internal reports as shown below:
J.E. Fernandez, Tables and graphs of photon mass attenuation coefficients, K and L subshell fluorescence yields, CosterKronig transition coefficients, jumps and energies, K and L line fractions, natural widths and energies, atomic form factors and scattering functions, cummulative Compton profiles; derived from the coefficients in the SHAPE data base, for elements with Z=1 to 92, using the accompanying algorithms, routines and sample programs. Part A. University of Bologna Report, October 1994.

pdf (8 MB)

J.E. Fernandez, Tables and graphs of photon mass attenuation coefficients, K and L subshell fluorescence yields, CosterKronig transition coefficients, jumps and energies, K and L line fractions, natural widths and energies, atomic form factors and scattering functions, cummulative Compton profiles; derived from the coefficients in the SHAPE data base, for elements with Z=1 to 92, using the accompanying algorithms, routines and sample programs. Part B. University of Bologna Report, October 1994.

pdf (25 MB)

J.E. Fernandez, Tables and graphs of photon mass attenuation coefficients, K and L subshell fluorescence yields, CosterKronig transition coefficients, jumps and energies, K and L line fractions, natural widths and energies, atomic form factors and scattering functions, cummulative Compton profiles; derived from the coefficients in the SHAPE data base, for elements with Z=1 to 92, using the accompanying algorithms, routines and sample programs. Part C: Cummulative Compton profiles for the elements. University of Bologna Report, January 1996.

pdf (31 MB)


