Electrons in Crossed Laser and Magnetic Fields: An Exactly Soluble Model in QED
When electrons interact with very strong laser and magnetic fields, new effects show up which cannot be predicted with the usual perturbation techniques. Interest in this problem has constantly increased in the last years, stimulated by the laboratory production of strong magnetic fields, by the advent of high-power lasers, by the development of plasma physics and by discoveries in the field of astrophysics.
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