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Theory of photon acceleration

by J. T. Mendonça

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Published by Institute of Physics Pub. in Bristol, UK, Philadelphia, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Photons,
  • Light -- Speed,
  • Electromagnetic waves,
  • Particle acceleration,
  • Photons,
  • Lumière -- Vitesse

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 203-208) and index.

    Other titlesPhoton acceleration
    StatementJ.T. Mendonça.
    SeriesSeries in plasma physics
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC793.5.P42 M46 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 222 p., [1] leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages222
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18018634M
    ISBN 100750307110
    ISBN 109780750307116
    LC Control Number2007299980

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It includes examples from plasma physics, cosmology, fiber optics, mathematical physics, particle accelerator physics, and radiation physics. Theory of Photon Acceleration - CRC Press Book Photo acceleration has dominated the theoretical plasma physics area in recent years and has found application in all subjects where waves in continuous media are studied - plasma physics, astrophysics, and optics.

Written by a major player in the field, this book describes the general theory of photo acceleration, which allows fluid, kinetic, quantum, and classical electrodynamical approaches to be formulated.

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This book includes examples from plasma physics, cosmology, fiber optics, mathematical physics, particle accelerator physics, and radiation physics. Theory of photon acceleration (plasma) (IOP ) J.T Mendonca SYNOPSISThe book describes a theory which has dominated the recent theoretical plasma physics area for the last years and has found application in all subjects where waves in continuous media are studied - plasma physics, astrophysics and optics.

photon acceleration to Compton scattering will eventually occur for decreasing electron densities. This may have important implications, for instance, in astrophysical problems. The concept of photon acceleration is also a useful instrument to explore the analogy of photons with other more conventional particles such as electrons, protons or neutrons.

adapt it to the optical domain. This provides another proof of the interest and generality of the concept of photon acceleration. We will attempt in this work to bridge the gap between the two. (1) single photon trajectories, (2) photon kinetic theory, (3). Photon Absorption is the opposite process of photon emission.

The positron portion of the photon interacts with the orbital electron and annihilates it. The electron portion of the Dipole Particle becomes the new orbital electron; it then contains both the angular momentum of the previous lower orbital plus the angular momentum of the incoming photon.

Here, the photon acceleration theory is extended in a quite natural way to cover new physi-cal problems, which correspond to other examples of the mean field acceleration process.

These new problems are clearly more controversial than those covered in the first eight chapters, but they are also very important and intellectually very stimulating. Light - The Physics of the Photon - CRC Press Book From the early wave-particle arguments to the mathematical theory of electromagnetism to Einstein’s work on the quantization of light, different descriptions of what constitutes light have existed for over years.

The conversion of other forms of energy to electromagnetic (photon) energy can be described in some cases simply as driven by the acceleration of charged particles, just like in the classical theory of electromagnetism. Using the principles of the Vortex Theory, it was theorized that when a photon encounters an electromagnetic field, both the velocity and the frequency of the photon will increase.

To prove this revolutionary idea an experiment was devised using a laser interferometer and two electromagnets. The electromagnets were arranged so that when the beam splitter divided the initial beam of laser light. The photon is a type of elementary is the quantum of the electromagnetic field including electromagnetic radiation such as light and radio waves, and the force carrier for the electromagnetic s are massless, and they always move at the speed of light in vacuum, m/s.

Like all elementary particles, photons are currently best explained by quantum mechanics and Electric charge: 0, e. Abstract. We present here a review of recent work concerning the theory of photon acceleration in space and time varying plasmas. We will focus our atention on the dynamical aspects of the photon ray tracing equations and discuss the possible regimes of regular and stochastic photon acceleration.

The concept of photon acceleration is revisited. It is shown here than it can be described as an inelastic scattering process. This new approach is applied to the study of relativistic plasma bubbles or wakefields, as those created by an intense laser pulse or by a particle beam moving in a background plasma.

We investigate the evolution of the space- and time-dependent spectrum of an ultrashort laser pulse in the presence of relativistic plasma waves. A kinetic description of the laser pulse is introduced, generalizing the classical concept of the number of photons.

The propagation equation for the generalized photon density is derived. The spectral deformation induced by a relativistic plasma. Books, Articles Audio, Video Photonic Phenomena Photon Structure Radio Waves vs. Photons. The Radio Wave is the linear analogy to the angular momentum system that generated the Photon: o A linear acceleration and deceleration of electrons in an antenna generate the radio wave.

The Hamiltonian theory of the photon acceleration has been generalized for the case of electromagnetic wavepackets moving in space and time varying gravitational fields.

It is shown that due to nearly equal phase velocities of the photons and gravitational waves, Cited by: 5. کتاب نظریه شتاب دادن فوتون ها مندوکا Theory of Photon Acceleration نویسنده(گان): J.

T. Mendonca مشخصات فایل فرمت PDF تعداد صفحات حجم فایل زیپ شده 1 مگابایت *** پست های مرتبط: Plasma Physics – Alexander Piel String Theory and M-Theory – Katrin Becker, Melanie Becker Physics of Space Plasmas.theory, in a course on quantum optics, or in a course meant to explain the theory underlying high energy particle physics.

Of course these subjects can be a bit daunting for someone who just wants to know what it is they are talking about when they use the term \photon". But the theory of the photon .A photon is a particle of light defined as a discrete bundle (or quantum) of electromagnetic (or light) s are always in motion and, in a vacuum (a completely empty space), have a constant speed of light to all observers.

Photons travel at the vacuum speed of light (more commonly just called the speed of light) of c = x 10 8 m/s.