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The dielectric description of the dynamical potential induced by swift protons in solids and the related stopping power is analyzed, using a combination of Mermin-type dielectric functions, which are fitted to available experimental data, to describe the optical properties of various materials. We apply this method to represent the energy loss functions of aluminum, silicon, amorphous carbon, and copper on a wide range of energy and momentum transfers. Using these functions we calculate thedoi:10.1103/physreva.58.357 fatcat:ng222o344jb5nlfwght5a4drge