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In this chapter we shall succintly introduce the few necessary concepts – I hope that for most of you this is a review, but this chapter is intended to be self-contained and contains everything I shall need in relativistic kinematics. Remember the string has a thickness of the plank length. Essential improvements were made by Luis W. The fundamental physics of electromagnetic radiation mechanisms: synchrotron radiation, Compton scattering, thermal and nonthermal bremsstrahlung, pair production, pulsars.

Pages: 880

Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc (June 2000)

ISBN: 9810243049

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