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12 ) , and these revised impact parameters , the radiation

the system K ' is 16 z e ( 2 - e22 ( c ) 2 ( ay Mu ? x ' W ' ) - ( 15 . 29 ) 3 c Mc2 / lv -

ho ' To transform this result to the ( unprimed ) laboratory frame we need to know

...

12 ) , and these revised impact parameters , the radiation

**cross section**x ' w ' ) inthe system K ' is 16 z e ( 2 - e22 ( c ) 2 ( ay Mu ? x ' W ' ) - ( 15 . 29 ) 3 c Mc2 / lv -

ho ' To transform this result to the ( unprimed ) laboratory frame we need to know

...

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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 ho ' > Mc Thus , in the ...

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 ho ' > Mc Thus , in the ...

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We see that near the resonant frequency w , the absorption

same Lorentz shape as the scattering

At high frequencies I ' , → wot , so that the absorption

We see that near the resonant frequency w , the absorption

**cross section**has thesame Lorentz shape as the scattering

**cross section**, but is larger by a factor T / .At high frequencies I ' , → wot , so that the absorption

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