Range-energy relation for particles of different charge and mass denied from Range-energy relation for protons:
R(Z, M, epsilon) = (((M)/(Z exponent 2))(R)([1, 1, epsilon? I, I, epsilon?])).
epsilon = energy per nucleon
By this method get also (in low energy region)
N(epsilon) = ((K)/((alpha + epsilon) exponent 1.35))
alpha = 0.9 +- 0.2 for C, N, O
alpha = 1.0 +- 0.3 for Z >= 10
epsilon kinetic energy in Bev / nucleon
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Flux:
Charge was obtained by comparing [delta?]-ray density with that of alpha-particles in the sensitive emulsions and their grain density with that of slow alpha's in the insensitive emulsions
at lambda = 41.7
(I(41.7 exponent 0)) = ((5.9 +- 0.7 particles / ((m exponent 2) second steradian))
6 <= Z <= 9
(I(41.7 exponent 0)) = 2.4 +- 0.3 Z >= 10

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Range-energy relation for particles of different charge and mass denied from Range-energy relation for protons:
R(Z, M, epsilon) = (((M)/(Z exponent 2))(R)([1, 1, epsilon? I, I, epsilon?])).
epsilon = energy per nucleon
By this method get also (in low energy region)
N(epsilon) = ((K)/((alpha + epsilon) exponent 1.35))
alpha = 0.9 +- 0.2 for C, N, O
alpha = 1.0 +- 0.3 for Z >= 10
epsilon kinetic energy in Bev / nucleon
--------------------------------------------------------------------
Flux:
Charge was obtained by comparing [delta?]-ray density with that of alpha-particles in the sensitive emulsions and their grain density with that of slow alpha's in the insensitive emulsions
at lambda = 41.7
(I(41.7 exponent 0)) = ((5.9 +- 0.7 particles / ((m exponent 2) second steradian))
6 <= Z <= 9
(I(41.7 exponent 0)) = 2.4 +- 0.3 Z >= 10