Determine the relation between exposures, Physics

1. Consider two monoenergetic photon beams with the same photon fluences. In one beam the photons are 100 keV and in the other they are 1 MeV. Determine the most appropriate relation between both exposures (X).

2. Electrons with kinetic energy of 1.0 MeV have a speci c ionization in air of 6000 IP/m whereas alpha particles of 2.0 MeV have an LET in air of 0.175 keV/μm. What value is closest to the ratio LET(alphas)/LET(electrons) in air.

 

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