The angular distribution of the scattering of the Ka radiation from a molybdenum X-ray tube by powdered graphite, diamond splints, benzene, mesitylene, and metallic lithium has been determined with an X-ray spectrometer by the ionization method. The solid substances give maxima of scattering in the places found by the photographic method, but the relative intensities of the scattering at different angles measured by the ionization method is greatly different from that estimated from the photographic method.
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Hewlett, C. W.
"The Scattering of Homogeneous X-Rays of Wave Length .712 A° Unit by Carbon, Lithium, and Hydrogen,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 29(1), 151-152.
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