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THE HAMILTONIAN APPROACH TO ELECTRODYNAMICS
UNIFORMLY ACCELERATED CHARGE
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absorption accelerated Agranovich and Ginzburg angle approximation assume astrophysics atomic average beam bremsstrahlung calculations Chapter charge Cherenkov effect Cherenkov radiation classical clear coefficient collisions component condition connected conservation laws consider corresponding cosmic rays course crystal optics density dipole direction discussed Doppler effect electrodynamics electromagnetic field emission emitted energy equal equation expression fact field H fluctuations flux formula frequency function Galaxy gamma-rays Ginzburg and Syrovatskii Hamiltonian instance integral intensity ionization isotropic isotropic medium Landau and Lifshitz longitudinal waves losses magnetic field momentum Moreover motion moving neglect non-relativistic normal waves nuclei obtained optical oscillator parameters particle permittivity photons Phys plasma waves polarization problem propagation quantities quantum radiative reabsorption refractive index region result scattering spatial dispersion spectrum Stokes parameters synchrotron radiation taken into account tensor theory tion transition radiation transverse transverse waves Tsytovich V.L. Ginzburg vacuo vector velocity wavevector X-ray Zheleznyakov