Electronic stopping power of Ti, V and Cr ions in Ge and Au at 150–500 keV/u energies

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Linares R.
Ribas R.V.
Oliveira J.R.B.
Medina N.H.
Santos H.C.
Seabra C.C.
Sigaud L.
Cybulska E.W.
Seale W.A.
Allegro P.R.P.
Touffen D.L.
Silveira M.A.G.
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms
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LINARES, R.; ALLEGRO, P.R.P.; TOUFFEN, D.L.; Silveira, M.A.G.; Ribas, R.V.; Oliveira, J.R.B.; Medina, N.H.; SANTOS, H.C.; SEABRA, C.C.; SIGAUD, L.; Cybulska, E.W.; Seale, W.A.. Electronic stopping power of Ti, V and Cr ions in Ge and Au at 150-500 keV/u energies. NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION B-BEAM INTERACTIONS WITH MATERIALS AND ATOMS, v. 413, p. 1-5, 2017.
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© 2017 Elsevier B.V.In this paper new experimental data are presented for the stopping power of Ti, V and Cr ions in Ge and Au, in the 150–500 keV/u energy range. The heavy ions at low energies are produced from the elastic scattering between particles of an energetic primary beam (28Si and 16O) directed onto the primary foil of interest (Ti, V or Cr). Measurements were performed using the transmission method. New experimental data points for the stopping power of Ti in Au were compared with previous measurement. The agreement between these two datasets indicates the consistence of the experimental technique. Our experimental data were also compared to some selected theoretical and semi-empirical methods: i) the Unitary Convolution Approximation, ii) the Binary theory, iii) the SRIM code and iv) the Northcliffe & Schilling tables. The experimental data for Ge foil deviate from the theoretical curves possibly due to the effect of band gap structure of the material in the electronic stopping power. For the systems measured here, we observe that the Binary theory exhibits an overall good agreement. The velocity-proportional dependence of the electronic stopping power in the measured energy range is also discussed.