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Radiation is

Cherenkov radiation can be utilized to measure velocities of fast particles. If the

particles of a given velocity pass through a medium of known dielectric constant e

, ...

Radiation is

**emitted**only in shaded frequency range where The properties ofCherenkov radiation can be utilized to measure velocities of fast particles. If the

particles of a given velocity pass through a medium of known dielectric constant e

, ...

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In radiation problems, such as the

decay, the wave nature of the charged particles involved produces quantum-

mechanical modifications very similar to those appearing in our earlier energy-

loss ...

In radiation problems, such as the

**emission**of bremsstrahlung or radiative betadecay, the wave nature of the charged particles involved produces quantum-

mechanical modifications very similar to those appearing in our earlier energy-

loss ...

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15.8 Radiation

and Magnetic Moment In beta

gives rise to radiation. In orbital-electron capture the sudden disappearance of an

...

15.8 Radiation

**Emitted**in Orbital-Electron Capture — Disappearance of Chargeand Magnetic Moment In beta

**emission**the sudden creation of a fast electrongives rise to radiation. In orbital-electron capture the sudden disappearance of an

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

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