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Double brems radiation in the scattering of electrons by electrons at energies up to 2×160 MeV

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Abstract

The double brems radiation emitted during the scattering of electrons by electrons was studied with intersecting electron beams of the V'EP-1 storage ring. Measurements were made for three values of electron energy: 2 x 43, 2 x 135 and 2 x 160 MeV. Two total-absorption counters with NaI(TI) crystals were used in the experiments. The resultant total cross section of the process and also the energy distribution of the 3,-quanta agrees with the results of V. N. Baler and V. M. GalitskiPs theory.

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Translated from Atomnaya Énergiya, Vol. 22, No. 3, pp. 168–173, March, 1967.

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Golubnichii, P.I., Onuchin, A.P., Popov, S.G. et al. Double brems radiation in the scattering of electrons by electrons at energies up to 2×160 MeV. At Energy 22, 205–209 (1967). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01119432

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Keywords

  • Radiation
  • Electron Beam
  • Electron Energy
  • Energy Distribution
  • Total Cross Section