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This sets a lower limit on impact parameters equal to (15.17), even for relativistic

motion. With (15.11), (15.12), and these revised impact parameters, the radiation

This sets a lower limit on impact parameters equal to (15.17), even for relativistic

motion. With (15.11), (15.12), and these revised impact parameters, the radiation

**cross section**x'(o') in the system K' is 16 Zoe? (#. ) () (o: 2) '(a)') c + --| – || |-| ln I ...Page 525

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 frame K

", ...

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 frame K

", ...

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In the neighborhood of the resonance the

do(a), e.') ~ 9. 7.2 T2 d() 16" (o – or 4 (T/2)* where Zo = (cloo) is the wavelength (

divided by 2m) at resonance, T = woot is the radiative decay constant, and T, c T

...

In the neighborhood of the resonance the

**cross section**can be approximated bydo(a), e.') ~ 9. 7.2 T2 d() 16" (o – or 4 (T/2)* where Zo = (cloo) is the wavelength (

divided by 2m) at resonance, T = woot is the radiative decay constant, and T, c T

...

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