mass absorption coefficient


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mass absorption coefficient

[′mas əb′sȯrp·shən ‚kō·i‚fish·ənt]
(physics)
The linear absorption coefficient divided by the density of the medium.
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At bulk density, a value typical in this experiment for the mass absorption coefficient 1000 [cm.
5,4] transition is a too large (measured from the base) and the mass absorption coefficient decreases somewhat too rapidly past the [M.
Reference [9] reports a measurement of the mass absorption coefficient of thin film Ta samples at 1486.
The uncertainty in the quantitative data also results from the choice of the mass absorption coefficients to be used for the calculation of the f([chi]) absorption correction factor.