2u2TiRl+P

In this case, if P > 1 the spectrum exhibits a peak maximum which reaches at

cARj

(3) The case P - 28 = 1. In this case, after substituting z = cos(arctgy), we obtain from Eq. 4.6.6:

2u 2 Rit cARj

s arctg

If Ri << Rj (the acceleration starts from the non-relativistic energy) we shall obtain from Eq. 4.6.87 at R >> R1:

l whence, on the basis of Eq. 4.2.7 and including Eq. 4.6.4, we have j(R)<* Rß

The spectrum described by Eq. 4.6.89 may be presented in the power form n(R) — R~y , where

2ui TRi

It follows from (4.6.90) that if ß> 0 the spectrum described by Eq. 4.6.89 exhibits a peak maximum at

Rmax

Was this article helpful?

## Post a comment