Moseley's law  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I'm not quite sure why it's (Z1) instead of just Z.

Moseley's law  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I'm not quite sure why it's (Z1) instead of just Z.
This is not something I am familiar with, but I think the key point is the statement that: "for example, the values for and are the same for all " and so it simplifies to .
Also, as it is an observational law I assume the "reason" is that works.
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