Channeling Radiation Experiments between 100 and 1000 MeV
Channeling radiation was first observed as an anomalous energy loss of electrons and as an enhancement of the bremsstrahlung from electrons passing through a thin silicon or germanium crystal along their low-indexed axial direction.1,2 On the other hand, Kumakhov3 and Terhune and Pantell4 have developed a theory of the radiation from channeled electrons and positrons with relativistic velocity. Since the development of their theories, radiation from relativistic electrons and positrons travelling along a crystal axis or plane has been intensively investigated.5
KeywordsPlanar Case Planar Channeling Axial Channeling Photon Spectrum High Energy Region
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