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Empirical L Shell Fluorescence Yields for Elements with 40 ≤ Z ≤ 92

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Based on the fact that ratio of ionization to X-ray production cross-sections are independent of the excitation energy of projectile for a given target, we have deduced a new values of L shell average fluorescence yield from existing experimental compilation (till 2014) for a wide range of elements (40 ≤ Z ≤ 92) by proton impact (up to 10.0 MeV) of ionization and X-ray production cross-sections which are found to be universal when plotted as a function of the scaled velocity of projectile. The obtained empirical cross-sections are found reliable and then exploited to derive new values of average fluorescence yield. The obtained values are compared with earlier theoretical and experimental results and an agreement is observed for all elements.
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2017-01
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