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Polarization and interference effects in radiation processes

V. A. Astapenko

Polarization and interference effects in radiation processes

by V. A. Astapenko

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Published by Cambridge Scientific Publishers in [Cambridge] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bremsstrahlung -- Polarization.,
  • Polarization (Nuclear physics),
  • Radiation.,
  • Quantum interference.,
  • Nanoparticles.

  • About the Edition

    This review presents results of recent investigations concerning the polarization and interference effects that arise in radiation processes such as Bremsstrahlung on targets with electron core, photo-effects in bichromatic electromagnetic field, femtosecond photon echo in nanocrystals, and associated phenomena. Some ideas are applied to the calculation of the cross section of atomic ionization by electron impact in the Born-Compton approximation. The results can be used for analyzing the radiation phenomena in plasmas in a wide temperature range including storage ring plasma.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesPolarization and interference effects
    StatementV. A. Astapenko.
    SeriesPhysics reviews -- vol. 22, pt. 2, Physics reviews -- v. 22, pt. 2.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 197 p. :
    Number of Pages197
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20269342M
    ISBN 101904868509
    ISBN 109781904868507

    The interference between these two processes gives rise to fluctuations in the radiated intensity as a function of the emission angle, giving information about the surrounding of the emitting nucleus. The quantum mechanical theory of the interference pattern using {gamma}-radiation is developed in frequency domain. To facilitate the interpretation of photoselection and photochemical experiments that depend on light intensity, generalized intensity distribution and polarization correlation formulas are derived. These are expressed in terms of Euler angles and multipole transition moments taking into account (1) molecular multipole radiation up to any order, inclusive of their coherent interference Cited by: 7.

    Abstract. The modeling of the peculiar scattering polarization signals observed in some diagnostically important solar resonance lines requires the consideration of the detailed spectral structure of the incident radiation field as well as the possibility of ground level polarization, along with the atom's hyperfine structure and quantum interference between hyperfine F .   The Scattering of Light and other Electromagnetic Radiation covers the theory of electromagnetic scattering and its practical applications to light scattering. This book is divided into 10 chapters that particularly present examples of practical applications to light scattering from colloidal and macromolecular Edition: 1.

    The revised second edition of this established text offers readers a significantly expanded introduction to the effects of radiation on metals and alloys. It describes the various processes that occur when energetic particles strike a solid, inducing changes to the physical and mechanical properties of the material.   The E1-M2 interference has a larger effect and decreases the linear polarization for the E1 component. This effect becomes less important as the incident electron energy increases. The contributions of E1-M2 interference effects on the linear polarization of the E1 component for Li-like ions are about 14% at times the threshold by: 2.


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Polarization and interference effects in radiation processes by V. A. Astapenko Download PDF EPUB FB2

This review presents results of recent investigations concerning the polarization and interference effects that arise in radiation processes such as Bremsstrahlung on targets with electron core, photo-effects in bichromatic electromagnetic field, femtosecond photon echo in nanocrystals, and associated phenomena.

"This is a wonderfully accessible, but fully rigorous, account of classical coherence theory. The book leads us from the basic descriptors of random processes through to advanced concepts of coherence and polarization. It's a little gem that should make Cited by: The Sun and many other light sources produce waves that are randomly polarized (see Figure 4).

Such light is said to be unpolarized because it is composed of many waves with all possible directions of polarization. Polaroid materials, invented by the founder of Polaroid Corporation, Edwin Land, act as a polarizing slit for light, allowing only polarization in one direction to pass.

necessary, iteratively re-adjust the mirrors to see interference pattern. Interference of Polarized Light - Using two polarizers verify polarizations of light beams in each arm of the interferometer.

Verify that: two beams, linearly polarized in the same plane, can Size: 78KB. In both frequencies, the right-handed or the left-handed circularly polarized radiation induced a greater effect than the linearly polarized radiation. When the structure of the DNA was altered by ethidium bromide intercalation, a change in intensity of the effect of polarization was reported Cited by:   Electron correlation and interference effects in strong-field processes 7 N F I L [W/cm 2 ] ω x [eV] I X [W/cm 2 ] ion I p [a.u] 8 10 16 3.

5 × 10 14 Li 2 + This book deals with the nature of interstellar matter, treating both the rarefied hydrogen and helium gas pervading the universe and the heavier atoms present in both Polarization and interference effects in radiation processes book gas and dust grains.

Observational results on all phases of the interstellar medium are summarized, various local phenomena occurring in the gas and in dust grains are discussed, and elastic collisions are Cited by:   This is the reason why polarized microwave radiation of maximum power 1 W emitted by a mobile phone can damage DNA and cause adverse health effects 2,3,5,6,35, while non-polarized infrared Cited by: Consider the well known demonstration of diffraction by a narrowing slit.

(See for example the demonstration at the 30 minute mark of this lecture at MIT by Walter Lewin). It is my (possibly mistaken) understanding that the light emerging after the slit becomes substantially slimmer than one wavelength is polarized.

Physics Letters A () — North-Holland PHYSICS LETTERS A Multiphoton interference and polarization effects D.N. Klyshko Physics Department, Moscow State University, MoscowRu~ssia Received 2 January ; accepted for publication 20 January Communicated by V.M. Agranovich Several modifications of recently performed Cited by: A polarizing filter has a polarization axis that acts as a slit passing through electric fields parallel to its direction.

The direction of polarization of an EM wave is defined to be the direction of its electric field. shows the effect of two polarizing filters on originally unpolarized light. The first filter polarizes the light along its : OpenStax. Light and electromagnetic radiation. Practice: Light and electromagnetic radiation questions.

Electromagnetic waves and the electromagnetic spectrum. Polarization of light, linear and circular. Diffraction and constructive and destructive interference.

This is the currently selected item. Wave interference. Young's double slit introduction. Under these conditions the effect is in good approximation given by: E(B)=f* (n)fl(N) {F(t)p+A11 +A2l P2(cos B)), (2) where fi (n) is an effective polarization of the neutron beam, and p = o loo is the polarization part of the cross section [6f When fl (N) is much smaller than f o(n), the initial neutron polarization, the effective neutron polarization is in good approximation equal to the Cited by: 2.

Electromagnetic Radiation and Polarization. Electromagnetic Radiation Models. To understand the interaction that the EMR undergoes EMR is created, how it propagates through space, and how it interacts with other matter, it is useful to describe the processes using two different models: • the wave model, and E is the effect produced.

In this process, the emissivity widely changes with increasing oxidation due to the interference effect of radiation between the metal surface and the oxidation film. Although not usually a factor in the thermal radiation of stars, polarization is also present in radiation from coherent astronomical sources (e.g.

hydroxyl or methanol masers), and incoherent sources such as the large radio lobes in active galaxies, and pulsar radio radiation (which may, it is speculated, sometimes be coherent), and is also imposed upon starlight by scattering from. Compton effect. Convincing evidence of the particle nature of electromagnetic radiation was found in by the American physicist Arthur Holly Compton.

While investigating the scattering of X-rays, he observed that such rays lose some of their energy in the scattering process and emerge with slightly decreased frequency. Light - Light - The Michelson-Morley experiment: The German-born American physicist A.A. Michelson set the early standard for measurements of the speed of light in the late s, determining a speed within percent of the modern value.

Michelson’s most noteworthy measurements of the speed of light, however, were yet to come. From the first speculations on.

Abstract. Considered in this chapter are spectral, angular, polarization, and amplitude peculiarities of the near-resonance bremsstrahlung effect on ions with a core in strongly inelastic electron scattering that arise due to the presence of the polarization channel of the process and its interference with the static : Valeriy Astapenko.

【编辑推荐】 This book is the first to provide a unified treatment, made possible by discoveries largely due to the author, of the two aspects of statistical optics: coherence theory, and the phenomenon of polarization.

It will be of great interest to graduate students and researchers in physics and engineering. 作者简介:. The Sun and many other light sources produce waves that have the electric fields in random directions (Figure (a)).Such light is said to be unpolarized, because it is composed of many waves with all possible directions of id materials—which were invented by the founder of the Polaroid Corporation, Edwin Land—act as a polarizing slit for light, allowing only.Radar Fundamentals.

2 Overview • Introduction • Radar functions •The result is interference: constructive interference occurs if the waves Airborne Radar Target. 13 • Polarization refers to the shape of the curve traced by the tip of the electric field vector as a function of time at a point in space.

• Microwave systems are.In electrochemistry, polarization is a collective term for certain mechanical side-effects (of an electrochemical process) by which isolating barriers develop at the interface between electrode and side-effects influence the reaction mechanisms, as well as the chemical kinetics of corrosion and metal deposition.: 56 In a reaction we can displace the bonding .