Attenuation coefficient

Last revised by Francis Deng on 13 Aug 2019

The attenuation coefficient is a measure of how easily a material can be penetrated by an incident energy beam (e.g. ultrasound or x-rays). It quantifies how much the beam is weakened by the material it is passing through.

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