Exact derivation of the synchrotron-radiation equation
The energy radiated by a charge moving along a circle or a helix is calculated exactly (i.e., without an expansion in terms of some parameter). The method used seems extremely promising for analyzing macroscopic systems for the case in which the observer may be much closer to the source than the wave zone. These equations can be used to analyze the coherent radiation of several electrons.
KeywordsRadiation Coherent Radiation Wave Zone Macroscopic System Exact Derivation
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