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By David Ginsburg

ISBN-10: 2881247199

ISBN-13: 9782881247194

Treats sure difficulties and strategies of theoretical physics and astrophysics that are linked to microscopic and macroscopic electrodynamics and fabric about the concept of transition radiation and transition scattering.

"'An first-class resource of data and insights on those topics...potentially very worthwhile either for learn scholars physicists.'." -- Professor C.H. Llewellyn Smith of FRS, Chairman of Physics, Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford college, England

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Be accelerated) in a collision with another particle within a short time interval. A similar case is the elastic scattering of a fast electron through a sufficiently large angle by a Coulomb centre, or, in practice, by 24 THEORETICAL PHYSICS AND ASTROPHYSICS an atomic nucleus. In this case the field of the accelerated electron at a certain distance from the collision site differs from the field of the initial electron, which was uniformly moving or at rest. As a result, for instance, secondary scattering of the fast electron by a second scattering centre nearby will differ from the first event even for the same velocities and impact parameter [ 16].

9'), of course, replacing t with t' in: them. 9") can be satisfied with t » c/w; that is, the wave zone appears only after a sufficiently long time has passed since the charge reached the turning point for which t' = 0. In this case the wave zone does not appear in the whole space since for a specified observation time t, even if it satisfies the condition t » c/w, the inequality (3;9") is not satisfied for all emission times t'. 9"). such times t' will not yet be a wave field by time t. Here we see a certaib arbiirafiness in the concept of the energy emitted by a charge-we must specify the times t or t' with which we are dealing.

As a result, for instance, secondary scattering of the fast electron by a second scattering centre nearby will differ from the first event even for the same velocities and impact parameter [ 16]. The above case of an electron uniformly moving for t ;;;i: 0 particularly clearly illustrates the difference between the free radiation field and the entrained transverse field that was also noted above. We must therefore not regard an arbitrary transverse field as a set of photons (strange as it may seem, textbooks on the quantum theory of radiation typically forget this obvious fact).

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