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Chapter 14 radiation by accelerated charges was discussed in a general way,

formulas were derived for frequency and angular distributions, and examples of ...

**Bremsstrahlung**,. Method. of. Virtual. Quanta,. Radiative. Beta. Processes. InChapter 14 radiation by accelerated charges was discussed in a general way,

formulas were derived for frequency and angular distributions, and examples of ...

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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

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66 ) reduces to I ( w ) — 2e2B2 / 3770 , showing that for lowenergy beta particles

the radiated intensity is negligible . The intensity distribution ( 15 . 66 ) is a typical

66 ) reduces to I ( w ) — 2e2B2 / 3770 , showing that for lowenergy beta particles

the radiated intensity is negligible . The intensity distribution ( 15 . 66 ) is a typical

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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