Radiation of a Charged Particle in the Presence of a Separating Boundary

  • V. E. Pafomov
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 44)

Abstract

Charged particles emit electromagnetic waves even in the case of uniform, linear motion. This effect was predicted by Ginzburg and Frank [1]. The transition radiation which results when a charged particle passes through a plane boundary between two media, as discussed in [1], is a classic example of radiation in the presence of inhomogeneities. Later on, other researchers considered particular features of radiation by relativistic particles, the radiation from a diffuse boundary, from a boundary with a ferrodielectric substance or with a dielectric crystal, the transition radiation in the case of spatial dispersion and under gyrotropic conditions, in the case of inclined incidence of the particle on the boundary, etc.*

Keywords

Charged Particle Surface Wave Angular Distribution Radiation Field Transition Radiation 
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