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Radiation emitted during collisions, 506. 15.2

Coulomb collisions, 509. 15.3 Relativistic

**Bremsstrahlung**, Method of Virtual Quanta, Radiative Beta Processes 505 15.1Radiation emitted during collisions, 506. 15.2

**Bremsstrahlung**in nonrelativisticCoulomb collisions, 509. 15.3 Relativistic

**bremsstrahlung**, 513. 15.4 Screening ...Page 509

15.2

situation where a continuum of radiation is emitted is the collision of a fast particle

with an atom. As a model for this process we will consider first the collision of a ...

15.2

**Bremsstrahlung**in Nonrelativistic Coulomb Collisions The most commonsituation where a continuum of radiation is emitted is the collision of a fast particle

with an atom. As a model for this process we will consider first the collision of a ...

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and mass M and an atomic nucleus of charge Ze can be viewed as the scattering

of the ...

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**Bremsstrahlung**as the Scattering of Virtual Quanta The emission of**bremsstrahlung**in a collision between an incident relativistic particle of charge zeand mass M and an atomic nucleus of charge Ze can be viewed as the scattering

of the ...

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