Synchrotron Radiation

  • Helmut Wiedemann

Abstract

Ever since J.C. Maxwell formulated his unifying electro magnetic theory in 1873, the phenomenon of electromagnetic radiation has fascinated the minds of theorists as well as experimentalists. The idea of displacement currents was as radical as it was important to describe electromagnetic waves. It was only fourteen years later when G. Hertz in 1887 succeeded to generate, emit and receive again electromagnetic waves, thus, proving experimentally the existence of electromagnetic waves and the validity of Maxwell’s equations. The sources of electromagnetic radiation are oscillating electric charges and currents in a system of metallic wires.

Keywords

Iodine Shrinkage Coherence Vanadium Eter 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Helmut Wiedemann
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  1. 1.Applied Physics Department and Synchrotron Radiation LaboratoryStanford UniversityStanfordUSA

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