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Fig. C.2

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Ratio of the Rayleigh + Compton differential cross-section of H2 + He to HI + He (where each element is weighted by relative abundance) as a function of energy for different scattering angles. The total cross section approaches that of unbound electrons as the importance of coherence effects decreases with energy, because of the suppression of Rayleigh scattering.

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