## On Penetration Depths and Collision Cascades in Solid Materials |

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### Contents

Chapter NTRODUCTION | 6 |

Chapter ON THE NUMBER OF LOWENERGY RECOILS IN | 22 |

ON THE SPATIAL EXTENSION OF A COLLISION | 36 |

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