Single-Electron Detection and Spectroscopy via Relativistic Cyclotron Radiation.

@article{Asner2015SingleElectronDA,
  title={Single-Electron Detection and Spectroscopy via Relativistic Cyclotron Radiation.},
  author={David Mark Asner and Richard F. Bradley and L de Viveiros and Peter Doe and J{\'e}ssica Luana Fernandes and Martin Fertl and Erin C. Finn and Joseph Angelo Formaggio and Daniel Furse and Andrew Michael Jones and Josef Kofron and Benjamin H. LaRoque and Michelle L. Leber and Elizabeth L. McBride and Michael L. Miller and Prajwal Mohanmurthy and Benjamin Monreal and Noah S. Oblath and R. G. Hamish Robertson and Leslie J. Rosenberg and Gray Rybka and Devyn Rysewyk and Matthew G. Sternberg and Jonathan R. Tedeschi and Thomas Thuemmler and Brent Adam Vandevender and Natasha Lee Woods},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2015},
  volume={114 16},
  pages={
          162501
        }
}
  • David Mark Asner, Richard F. Bradley, +24 authors Natasha Lee Woods
  • Published in Physical review letters 2015
  • Physics, Medicine
  • It has been understood since 1897 that accelerating charges must emit electromagnetic radiation. Although first derived in 1904, cyclotron radiation from a single electron orbiting in a magnetic field has never been observed directly. We demonstrate single-electron detection in a novel radio-frequency spectrometer. The relativistic shift in the cyclotron frequency permits a precise electron energy measurement. Precise beta electron spectroscopy from gaseous radiation sources is a key technique… CONTINUE READING

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