The characteristics of radiation produced by ultrarelativistic electrons are considered for the case where the electron velocity and acceleration are parallel.
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Bagrov, V.G., Sirota, N.N., Ternov, I.M. et al. Radiation of longitudinally accelerated electrons. Soviet Physics Journal 25, 937–939 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00891671
- Electron Velocity
- Ultrarelativistic Electron