I want to ask a purely theoretical question (Radiobiology and Dosimetry) on the Bragg Curves (plots of the energy loss of ionizing radiation (KeV/μm usually) on the y-axis during its travel through matter (distance travelled usually in cm)) of some heavy particles (basically I just want to ask for (to be given) the plots themselves since I can't find any of them in my internet searches) specifically Protons, Alpha Particles (Helium Nucleii), Carbon Ions (I think +4 Carbon is used in CIRT) and Osmium Ions (Preferably Osmium +8) and possibly a suggested alternative.
I want to compare the Bragg Curves and posit that Radiation Therapy with Alpha Particles are a better alternative that either Proton Therapy or CIRT (greater LET and RBE than Proton Therapy but less fragmentation than CIRT).
Ideally I would like a heavy particle that had a point mass Bragg Curve (it would have 0 energy loss in all but one point) and furthermore the Radiation Oncologist could manipulate at what depth the energy loss would happen (the energy would be deposited). Sparing everything else the damage (I am ignoring the damage done from free radicals and only considering SSBs and DSBs)
Should I ask Physics, Engineering, Medicine, Biology, some other SE?