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Generally the particles that enter these ionization chambers have such high kinetic energy that they can pass through walls. The gas inside the ionization chamber is not travelling nearly so fast. Kinetic energies of the gas would be at least a million times lower and often much lower than that. The gas cannot escape through he walls. High energy ...


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While I am not familiar with the details of your experiment, I am quite familiar with the methods of maximum likelihood estimation. In the field in which I work, we model the system response as part of our model - so that when we compare the predicted measurements with the actual ones, we find our how close our model is to the underlying truth. It goes ...



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