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2021, 38(2): 117-122.   doi: 10.11804/NuclPhysRev.38.2020084

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2021, 38(2): 210-214.   doi: 10.11804/NuclPhysRev.38.2021007

The Bohr-Lindhard (B-L) model is used to describe the classical electron-capture process. The impact-parameter dependence of the capture probability is derived by considering the impact-parameter dependence of the collision time between ion and atom. This model limits the impact parameter to be less than the capture radius. In the framework of the B-L model, although the contribution from all impact parameters may be studied through the spatial distribution function of electrons, the multiple numerical integral has to be carried out. In this work, it is proposed that the impact-parameter dependence of the electron-capture probability can be given by a simple exponential decay function based on the (B-L) model. Electron-capture cross sections for Aq+(q=2~6)-H collisions, and double-electron-capture cross sections for Aq+(q=3~6)-He collisions are calculated at low and intermediate velocities. The calculated results are in good agreement with the existing experimental data. The energy and charge-state dependences of the electron-capture process are well described. This work can also be used to calculate the cross sections of electron capture from He and H targets by other ions with different charge states.
2021, 38(2): 215-220.   doi: 10.11804/NuclPhysRev.38.2020066

In heavy-ion cancer therapy, Compton camera is a promising tool for online monitoring of the range of ions. Compton camera uses crystal detectors to determine the positions and deposited energies of the $\gamma$-rays. This will further introduce the errors and affect the actual imaging resolution of the Compton camera, due to the involved Doppler broadening effects influencing the image resolution. This work simulates the angular resolution measure originating from the Doppler broadening effects with Geant4 toolkit for 150 and 511 keV gamma, respectively, in different crystal materials. After optimizing the back-projection algorithm and improving the voxel in imaging interspace, the image resolution can be achieved better than 1.0 mm. An approximate formula is also being proposed to evaluate the image resolution based on the angular resolution measure.

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