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3 c We2/ W \ rua ' To transform this result to the (unprimed) laboratory frame we

need to know the transformation properties of the radiation

frequency. The radiation

3 c We2/ W \ rua ' To transform this result to the (unprimed) laboratory frame we

need to know the transformation properties of the radiation

**cross section**and thefrequency. The radiation

**cross section**has the dimensions of (**cross**-**sectional**...Page 525

The virtual quanta are scattered by the incident particle (the struck system in K')

according to the Thomson

Klein-Nishina formula (14.106) at photon energies ha>' *3 Mc2. Thus, in the

frame K', ...

The virtual quanta are scattered by the incident particle (the struck system in K')

according to the Thomson

**cross section**(14.105) at low frequencies and theKlein-Nishina formula (14.106) at photon energies ha>' *3 Mc2. Thus, in the

frame K', ...

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We see that near the resonant frequency eo0 the absorption

the same Lorentz shape as the scattering

</F. At high frequencies F< — »• MZT, so that the absorption

We see that near the resonant frequency eo0 the absorption

**cross section**hasthe same Lorentz shape as the scattering

**cross section**, but is larger by a factor F</F. At high frequencies F< — »• MZT, so that the absorption

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