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Linear energy transfer (LET) is the average energy locally imparted to the medium by the passage of a charged particle. The units of LET are normally keV per micron. Soon after the original definition was promulgated, it became clear that a limit had to be placed on the region in which energy could be considered to be locally deposited. This has been discussed by Madey (MAD R 67), who pointed out that in general the concept of linear energy transfer is different from that of stopping power, L^.
About the Production of the Continuous X-Ray Spectrum by Sommerfeld A.