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By Helmut Wiedemann

This e-book covers newest improvement in thought and experiments of unconventional radiation creation. particularly, the iteration of Tera-Hertz and X-ray radiation from low power electron beams within the kind of Channeling, Transition, Diffraction, Cherenkov, Smith-Purcell, PXR and Crystalline Undulator Radiation are awarded. fabric features like skinny pursuits, curved or bend crystals, inhomogeneous and left passed fabrics, multilayers in addition to stimulation through exterior radiation are lined to illustrate their impression in those tactics. Novel principles are provided at the use of such radiation in detectors and particle beam display screen improvement with greater strength or time answer. The booklet assumes a few familiarity of the reader with theoretical suggestions underlying those phenomena and is for this reason of fundamental use to the working towards scientist. extra basic discussions of those phenomena are available within the 2002 monograph "Electron-Photon interplay in Dense Media" in the NATO technological know-how sequence II: arithmetic, Physics and Chemistry – Vol. forty nine.

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1b. From the quantum point of view, the PXR quantum can arrive at the L of the particle motion through the focus on the axis f for the time 't V crystal. In this case, the PXR spectral peak width may be estimated from the Heisenberg principle 'E 't ~ = . With the use of the expression for the PXR 'E 1 ~ frequency, this principle gives . Thus, the classical and quantum 2S n E approaches give practically the same, very narrow relative natural spectral PXR,CR,CU Radiation from Bent Crystals 31 peak width of about 1/n.

INTRODUCTION Many problems connected with the X-ray production from the relativistic charge particles (for definiteness, electrons) in a crystal were discussed in the very last decade. They can be divided by the following groups: 1) the role of the dynamical diffraction effects in these processes; 2) what are the contributions of the various radiation mechanisms to the total intensity and 3) which applications of the X-ray radiation from the relativistic electrons in a crystal could be most essential?

D. M. Lugovskaya 22 G where Z , F( W) are the atomic charge and scattering factor correspondingly. In other words, the CBS contribution should be taken into account in the following electron energy range G · Z  F( W) § m2 ¸. (10) Ep d G ¨¨ 2 F( W) © 4W sin T B ¸¹ This estimation shows that in the energy range E p t 50MeV this radiation mechanism is not very important except the case of the high-order harmonics when the atomic scattering factor can be exponentially small. This estimation is in the qualitative agreement with the experimental results of the paper [29].

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