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UFN, 1995, Volume 165, Number 4, Pages 429–456 (Mi ufn1074)  

This article is cited in 31 scientific papers (total in 31 papers)


Synchrotron radiation

I. M. Ternov

Faculty of Physics, Lomonosov Moscow State University

Abstract: The classical and quantum theories of synchrotron radiation (SR) are reviewed. A concise history of the development and discovery of SR, and its fundamental properties, are given. The emphasis is placed on the quantum effects: quantum fluctuations of trajectories of electrons, and radiative polarization of electrons and positrons in storage rings. The theories of undulator radiation and radiation in a short magnet are discussed in brief. Experimental investigations of synchrotron radiation and its applications in physical experiments are reviewed.


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Physics–Uspekhi, 1995, 38:4, 409–434

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Document Type: Article
PACS: 41.60.Ap
Received: March 1, 1995

Citation: I. M. Ternov, “Synchrotron radiation”, UFN, 165:4 (1995), 429–456; Phys. Usp., 38:4 (1995), 409–434

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