Physical Review A
Electromagnetic theory, Electric waves, Stopping power (Nuclear physics), Collisions (Nuclear physics)
The recent work of Anholt (1979) on K-vacancy production by relativistic projectiles has been applied to calculate the stopping power of the K electrons. The results show that for protons of energy ~10³ GeV and heavy target elements, the relativistic contributions to the stopping power amount to several times the results due to the longitudinal terms obtained from Walske's (1956) work.
Leung, P. T., & Rustgi, M. L. (1983). Stopping power of K electrons at extreme relativistic energies. Physical Review A (General Physics), 27(1), 540-543.