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Figure 1: Linear attenuation coeffcients of cadmium telluride, thallium-activated sodium iodide, germanium, and silicon materials. The dashed lines are results for the mass energy-absorption coefficient. Cadmium telluride has a higher photoelectric attenuation coeffcient than do the other materials (used with permission from the author)

Figure 1: Linear attenuation coeffcients of cadmium telluride, thallium-activated sodium iodide, germanium, and silicon materials. The dashed lines are results for the mass energy-absorption coefficient. Cadmium telluride has a higher photoelectric attenuation coeffcient than do the other materials (used with permission from the author)