Polarization Bremsstrahlung

This book was written by a group of authors and provides a systematic dis­ cussion of questions related to bremsstrahlung in many-particle systems. A number of new results have recently been obtained in this area which require a fundamental revision of the previously existing traditional concepts of...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Tsytovich, V.N. (Editor), Oiringel, I.M. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York, NY Springer US 1992, 1992
Edition:1st ed. 1992
Series:Physics of Atoms and Molecules
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505 0 |a 1 Polarization Bremsstrahlung Effect in Particle Collisions -- 2 Polarization Bremsstrahlung in Distant Collisions -- 3 Fluctuations in Ideal Gases and Plasmas and Bremsstrahlung -- 4 Polarization Bremsstrahlung of Nonrelativistic Charged Particles on Atoms -- 5 Polarization Bremsstrahlung of Relativistic Charged Particles on Atoms -- 6 Polarization Bremsstrahlung on Ions and Atoms in Plasmas -- 7 Polarization Bremsstrahlung on Many-Electron Atoms and in Atomic Collisions -- 8 Polarization Bremsstrahlung Involving Positrons, µ-Mesons, and Nuclear Particles -- 9 Polarization Bremsstrahlung in Collisions of Relativistic Atoms and Relativistic Particles with Atoms -- 10 Polarization Bremsstrahlung in Collisions of Electrons with Atoms and Laser Breakdown in Gases -- 11 Polarization Radiation Mechanisms in Atomic Collisions -- 12 Photon-Plasmon Transtitons as a Mechanism for Polarization Quenching of Metastable Levels of Atoms in Plasmas -- 13 Nonpolarization Bremsstrahlung of Electron 
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520 |a This book was written by a group of authors and provides a systematic dis­ cussion of questions related to bremsstrahlung in many-particle systems. A number of new results have recently been obtained in this area which require a fundamental revision of the previously existing traditional concepts of bremsstrahlung. This ap­ plies both to complicated atoms containing a large number of electrons and to the additional bremsstrahlung in a system of many particles forming a medium. In fact, the traditional approach was rigorously applicable only either to isolated "structureless" particles (e. g. , to the emission of an electron on a proton) or to par­ ticles radiating in the limit of extremely high frequencies. Polarization effects (either polarization of an atom itself by an incident particle or polarization of the medium surrounding an atomic particle) have a significant effect in the practically important optical and x-ray frequency ranges and sometimes even predominate. The first effect has come to be known as polarization atomic (or dynamic) bremsstrahlung and the second, as polarization transition bremsstrahlung. The au­ thors of this book use a single term: polarization bremsstrahlung. It seems that, in contrast to earlier ideas on the subject, bremsstrahlung during collisions of heavy incident particles with atoms is by no means small and is entirely caused by polar­ ization effects