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transfer function ionization process

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I am trying to find a transfer function for the ionization process. Can anyone help me? Thank you🙏
 

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What ionization process ? Expand on what the system is....block diagram.....circuits.....

Regards, Dana.
 

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hi
thanks, dear dana for your reply
ionization is a chemical Process about Gas molecules. at this process, a new Radiation particle Collides with Gas molecules and turns those molecules into two negative and positive charged particles, I just have found a formula for this process and so for writing its function transfer I need help.
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this formula is ionization frequency which depended to number of gas molecules andvelocity and their energy.
best regard
sohaila
 

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First, transfer function from -what- to -what-? I'd guess
that this formula is not the desired end result, since you
are asking. Transfer function from radiation dose rate to
detectable ion flux?

If you had simple needs and took simple data you might
fit a simple function that does the job without so many
functions, integrals and derivatives. So much Greek
alphabet soup is probably not what you want. But what?
 

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