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Gamma Radiation Spectra of 1200 MeV Electrons in Thick Beryllium, Silicon, and Tungsten Single Crystals.

O.S. Deiev, N.I. Maslov, B.I. Schramenko, V.L. Kulibaba, V.D. Ovchinnik, G.L.Bochek

Gamma radiation spectra of 1200 MeV electrons in the single crystals of the beryllium 1.2 mm thick, silicon 1.5 mm and 15.0 mm thick and tungsten 1.18 mm thick along of the crystallographic axes were measured. Also spectral-angular distributions of gamma radiation in the silicon single crystals 1.5 mm thick along of the crystallographic axes <100>, <110> and <111> were measured. On the basis of these measurements the radiation spectra for the different solid angles up to 6.97*10-6 sr were obtained. Gamma radiation spectra of the electrons with energy 1200, 600 and 300 MeV in the Si single crystals 15.0 mm thick and the W thick 3.0 mm also were measured. The above results complement the previously obtained experimental and theoretical data and can be used to create a source of intense gamma-ray beams for radiation technologies.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.02931

DOI: arXiv:1801.02931v1

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