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O P(t) Hu) Fig. 14.7 Radiating particle illuminates the detector at O only for a time

A/. The frequency

/)"1. for arbitrary motion it plays the role of a fundamental frequency of motion.

O P(t) Hu) Fig. 14.7 Radiating particle illuminates the detector at O only for a time

A/. The frequency

**spectrum**thus contains frequencies up to a maximum <oc ~ (A/)"1. for arbitrary motion it plays the role of a fundamental frequency of motion.

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The

impact parameter is h/Mv, so that the frequency

yMc22/h. The virtual quanta are scattered by the incident particle (the struck ...

The

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

**spectrum**extends up to a>' ~yMc22/h. The virtual quanta are scattered by the incident particle (the struck ...

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The essential characteristics of this

energy and its dependence on atomic number as Z2. So far we have considered

the radiation which accompanies the disappearance of the charge of an orbital ...

The essential characteristics of this

**spectrum**are its strong peaking at the X-rayenergy and its dependence on atomic number as Z2. So far we have considered

the radiation which accompanies the disappearance of the charge of an orbital ...

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