The Low Frequency Radiation of a Scattered Electron. [Offprint].
1937·[College Park, MD]:
by NORDSIECK, Arnold Theodore (1911-1971).
[College Park, MD]:: Physical Review, 1937., 1937. Offprint. Original wrappers. Small blue ink spill shown throughout offprint. Very good. "The radiative scattering of a nonrelativistic electron is treated by an approximate method which neglects the reaction of the radiation field on the motion of the electron. In this approximation the different modes of oscillation of the radiation field are independent of one another, and can therefore be treated individually. For frequencies of the radiation small compared to the inverse impact time of the electron, it is shown that the probability of emitting any finite number of quanta is zero, and that the mean radiated energy depends only on the total change in velocity of the electron, the amount of energy radiated being given by the same formula as in classical theory." :: abstract. American theoretical physicist, student of Robert Oppenheimer, best known for his work with Felix Block on QED.
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