The spontaneous radiation of electromagnetic waves by a neutron moving in homogeneous crossed fields in a medium is investigated by quantum-electrodynamic methods. Expressions are obtained for the radiation intensity of the two principal polarization components.
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Dement'ev, A.S., Pavlenko, Y.G. Radiation of a neutron moving in crossed fields in a medium. Soviet Physics Journal 17, 1363–1366 (1974). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00891286
- Electromagnetic Wave
- Radiation Intensity
- Polarization Component
- Spontaneous Radiation