Herbert Weidner. The influence of the magnetic field in the Thomson Scattering
Submitted on: Oct 31, 2013, 14:21:28
Natural Sciences / Astronomy / General physics
Description: If an electromagnetic wave hits on electrons, so far only their reaction to the electric field component was calculated. By classical physics it can be shown that the electrons do not only per¬≠form the well-known transverse movement, but also a movement in the longitudinal direction at twice the frequency. This leads to an energy loss of the original electromagnetic wave without change of direction which was unknown up to now and has nothing to do with elastic or inelastic collision. The "lost" energy is radiated in two very different frequency ranges and the relative energy loss increases with decreasing frequency of the primary wave. An experimental confirmation of this phenomenon could influence the debate about ‚Eútired light‚EĚ.
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