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(b) Show that for a relativistic electron of energy £ in a constant magnetic field the

power

) is a cutoff function having the value unity at x = 0 and vanishing rapidly for x ...

(b) Show that for a relativistic electron of energy £ in a constant magnetic field the

power

**spectrum**of synchrotron radiation can be written P(E, co) = const where f(x) is a cutoff function having the value unity at x = 0 and vanishing rapidly for x ...

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The

impact parameter is hjMv, so that the frequency

yMc2jri. The virtual quanta are scattered by the incident particle (the struck ...

The

**spectrum**of virtual quanta /(w') is given by (15.54) with q = Ze. The minimumimpact parameter is hjMv, so that the frequency

**spectrum**extends up to a>' < —yMc2jri. The virtual quanta are scattered by the incident particle (the struck ...

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15.11

disappearance of the charge of the electron. while the number of photons per unit

energy interval is 377 hc (w2 - w02)2 fco - (15.78) For w > w0 the square-

bracketed ...

15.11

**Spectrum**of photons emitted in orbital electron capture because ofdisappearance of the charge of the electron. while the number of photons per unit

energy interval is 377 hc (w2 - w02)2 fco - (15.78) For w > w0 the square-

bracketed ...

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