Emission Spectrum and Charged-Particle Trajectory in the Field of an Inhomogeneous Electromagnetic Wave
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By the example of an inhomogeneous electromagnetic wave formed by the superposition of two plane monochromatic electromagnetic waves, which are arbitrarily directed relative to each other, an approach is demonstrated that makes it possible to simulate a broad spectrum of electromagnetic waves. The complete set of equations describing the motion of an electron in an inhomogeneous electromagnetic field is solved numerically. The features of the trajectory and emission spectrum of the electron are found and investigated.
This work was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project no. 18-05-800023.
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