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On 28 mar, 05:03, [Only registered users see links. ] wrote:
The actual relation is that anytime an electron is forced to slow
down, the energy now in excess evacuates as a photon. The
process is called bremmstrahlung, and although all occurences
boil down to this, it is seldom refered to as such.
Are you saying that all radiation is bremmstrahlung,? I got my a**s chewed
pretty fiercely by a couple of High Energy folks when I suggested that on a
different thread. They maintained that bremmstrahlung is strictly a High
Energy phenomenon that manifests itself then near-light-speed charges either
bang into one another (or something else) and move suddenly in a different
direction OR come to a (forced) screeching halt.
Suggested reading on this phenomenon?
Because each of them, after having been emitted previously by a
down electron, travels as a self sustaining and self propelling
of energy as part of its energy oscillates between an electric state
a magnetic state.
NOT SO! In an Electromagnetic (EM) wave, the E and H components are in
phase. There is no possibility for such a system to oscillate from one state
to another. Both states exist at the same time.
On 31 mar, 18:24, "Bill Miller" <[Only registered users see links. ].net>
Any charged particle slowing down, either transverse as with wiggling
synchrotron radiation, or longitudinal as you mention can only be
bremmstrahlung by definition. Simple semantics.
If you translate the word to english, it translates as "slowing down
I was not talking about waves, but about localized photons as
by de Broglie, contrary to wave treatment, they involve 180 deg
which allows the self sustaining oscillation described by the equation
the self sustaining velocity due to half the photons's complement of