### Derive the variation of transmitted x-ray intensity as a

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Derive the variation of transmitted X-Ray intensity as a function of Incident intensity, thickness, density and mass absorption coefficient. Plot the ratio of transmitted to incident intensity vs thickness of a lead sheet for thickness range 0 to 0.5 mm. Compare it with that of Beryllium of thickness range 0 to 10 mm.

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