GRB spectral parameter modeling

  title={GRB spectral parameter modeling},
  author={Gregory D. Fleishman and Fedor A. Urtiev},
  journal={Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union},
  pages={243 - 245}
Abstract Fireball model of the gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) predicts generation of numerous internal shocks, which efficiently accelerate charged particles and generate relatively small-scale stochastic magnetic and electric fields. The accelerated particles diffuse in space due to interaction with the random waves and so emit so called Diffusive Synchrotron Radiation (DSR) in contrast to standard synchrotron radiation they would produce in a large-scale regular magnetic fields. In this contribution… 


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