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HIGH ENERGY PARTICLES

@inproceedings{Burtsev1957HIGHEP,
  title={HIGH ENERGY PARTICLES},
  author={A. K. Burtsev and M. I. Fradkin},
  year={1957}
}
Although many features of synchrotron radiation have been well known for a long time (e.g., [1]), there is certainly room for further improvements and developments. In a recent investigation [2], starting from Schwinger’s monumental work on synchrotron radiation [3] many years ago, an expicit expression for the mean number 〈N〉 of photons emitted per revolution was derived involving a remarkably simple one-dimensional integral. This allowed us to carry out a systematic analysis for high-energy… 
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