Oct 5 – 10, 2014
Capri-Naples, Italy
Europe/Rome timezone

PS2-11: Source of Circularly Polarized, Monoenergetic X-Ray Photons

Oct 7, 2014, 5:00 PM
1h 30m
Hotel La Residenza

Hotel La Residenza


Mr Koryun Gevorgyan (Yerevan State University (student))


The problem of the radiation of channeled positron beam in a system nanotubes is solved. The polarization of the medium imposes a ban on the value of the beam energy for the formation of radiation. The energy threshold increases with increasing amplitude of the oscillations of positrons. The case is considered whenthe beam energy coincides with the threshold energy for the maximum amplitude of the oscillations of positrons. The formula is derivedfor the spectrum of the total number of emitted photons. Due to the symmetry of the problem with respect to the azimuthal angle, the beam of circularly polarized photons is formed.The threshold energy for a nanotube with the radius 7 Å approximately equals 50 MeV.For this energy, directed and quasi-monochromatic beamof photons is generated with an energy of 3 keV.

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Mr Koryun Gevorgyan (Yerevan State University (student))


Mr Hayk Gevorgyan (Yerevan State Univesity (student)) Prof. Lekdar Gevorgian (A. Alikhanyan National Laboratory (Yerevan Physics Institute))

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