Über die Streuung von Strahlung durch freie Elektronen nach der neuen relativistischen Quantendynamik von Dirac

Published on Nov 1, 1929in European Physical Journal1.5
· DOI :10.1007/BF01366453
O. Klein8
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Y. Nishina1
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Abstract
Auf Grund der neuen, von Dirac entwickelten relativistischen Quantendynamik wird die Intensitat der Comptonstreustrahlung berechnet. Das Resultat zeigt Abweichungen von den entsprechenden Dirac-Gordonschen Formeln, die von der zweiten Grosenordnung hinsichtlich des Verhaltnisses der Energie des primaren. Lichtquants zu der Ruheenergie des Elektrons sind.
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