Synchrotron-radiation definitions

Electromagnetic radiation emitted by high-energy particles when accelerated to relativistic speeds in a magnetic field.
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The electromagnetic radiation given off by high-energy particles, as electrons, as they spiral at a speed close to the speed of light in a strong magnetic field, as in a synchrotron or in a galaxy.
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Electromagnetic radiation emitted by high-energy particles that are moving in a circular path, as in a synchrotron particle accelerator. Energy lost by synchrotron radiation increases rapidly as particles approach the speed of light.
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The electromagnetic radiation emitted by the accelerating charged particles in a synchrotron that are moving at near the speed of light.
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