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Cherenkov radiation in high-energy physics

Valentin Petrovich Zrelov

Cherenkov radiation in high-energy physics

by Valentin Petrovich Zrelov

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Published by Israel Program for Scientific Translations; [available for U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, Springfield, Va.] in Jerusalem .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cherenkov radiation.,
  • Particles (Nuclear physics)

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] V. P. Zrelov. Translated from Russian [by Y. Oren. Edited by Benny Baruch]
    SeriesU.S. Atomic Energy Commission., AEC-tr-7099
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC490 .Z713
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5025567M
    LC Control Number73609714

    Even at high energies the energy lost by Cherenkov radiation is much less than that by the other mechanisms (collisions, bremsstrahlung). It is named after Soviet physicist Pavel Alekseyevich Cherenkov, who shared the Nobel Prize in physics in with Ilya Frank and Igor Tamm for the discovery of Cherenkov radiation, made in Cosmic radiation, on the other hand, contains electrons, positrons and also very high energy muons that can produce Cherenkov light flashes. This Cherenkov light is used to detect cosmic showers. The Cherenkov effect is used as a tool in many modern experiments: in nuclear physics.

    In , scientists in Cambridge, Mass., published a paper demonstrating that radioactive isotopes used in medical imaging will cause water-dense tissue to emit optical Cherenkov radiation. In materials, the speed of light is lower than in a vacuum, and high energy particles may emit Cherenkov radiation when they travel faster than the photons. Department of Physics, While phosphenes are related to Cherenkov radiation under high energy photon/electron irradiation conditions, physical phenomena are unlikely to be responsible for light.

    Radiation acoustics is a developing field lying at the intersection of acoustics, high-energy physics, nuclear physics, and condensed matter physics. Radiation Acoustics is among the first books to address this promising field of study, and the first to collect all of the most significant results achieved since research in this area began in. In this case, the team suggested the light was Cherenkov radiation, produced when the radioactive isotope decayed and emitted high-energy charged particles called positrons. The study suggested that the light offered a way to “see” radioactive decays in an animal’s body. The team called the new technique Cherenkov luminescence imaging, or CLI.


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Cherenkov radiation in high-energy physics by Valentin Petrovich Zrelov Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cherenkov radiation is used for the detection of high energy charged particles, such as beta particles, in nuclear fission decay. It is also used for verifying the presence of nuclear fuel spent in pools by the characteristics of the light emitted from the fuel rods.

In. Cherenkov radiation in a TRIGA reactor pool. Cherenkov radiation is used to detect high-energy charged particles. In pool-type nuclear reactors, beta particles (high-energy electrons) are released as the fission products decay. The glow continues after the chain reaction stops, dimming as the shorter-lived products decay.

Get this from a library. Cherenkov radiation in high-energy physics. [Valentin Petrovich Zrelov]. Cherenkov radiation (also spelled Cerenkov or Čerenkov) is an electromagnetic radiation emitted when a beta particle passes through a dielectric medium at a speed greater than the velocity of light in that medium.

It was discovered by Cherenkov inwhen he studied the radiation of radium salts in an aqueous solution. Following Cherenkov's experiments, in I. Frank and I. Tamm gave a classical description of the phenomenon based on Maxwell's equations.

Due to their joint work on this radiation phenomenon, in the Physics Nobel Prize was given to Cherenkov, Frank and Tamm. Radiation is emitted when a fast charged particle crosses the boundary between two media with different indices of refraction (even below Cherenkov threshold) Radiation is due to a coherent superposition of radiation fields generated by polarization of the medium (given a charge moving towards the 2 media interface it can be considered together with its mirror charge an electric dipole whose field strength.

A general survey of the practical applications to cosmic-ray and high-energy physics is then presented, with two examples of modern detectors discussed in greater detail. The article concludes with an account of recent experiments carried out on light pulses from the night-sky associated with cosmic-ray showers, found to be due to Cerenkov.

Description A recipient of the PROSE Honorable Mention in Chemistry & Physics, Radioactivity: Introduction and History, From the Quantum to Quarks, Second Edition provides a greatly expanded overview of radioactivity from natural and artificial sources on earth, radiation of cosmic origins, and an introduction to the atom and its nucleus.

The Čerenkov radiation emitted will occur at a specific frequency, calculable dependent on the cosmic ray's energy range. This radiation will. Spurred by the development of high-current, high-energy relativistic electron beams this books delves into the foundations of a device and geometry independent theoretical treatment of a large collection of interacting and radiating electron bunches.

Written by the leading names in this field, this book introduces the technical properties, design and fabrication details, measurement results, and applications of three-dimensional silicon radiation sensors. See V.P. Zrelov, Cherenkov Radiation in High Energy Physics,widely referred to physics text —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Stuart Ponder (talk)5 December (UTC).

In Russian Language does not exist letter -Č- there it is -ч. The detection of high energy gamma rays with the H.E.S.S. telescopes is based on the imaging air Cherenkov technique. 4) • An incident high-energy gamma ray interacts high up in the atmosphere and generates an air shower of secondary particles.

What is Cherenkov Radiation. Cherenkov radiation is named after the Russian physicist who first worked it out in detail, inPavel Alekseyevich Cherenkov (he got. When charged particle inside a media moves faster than the speed of light of that media, a faint bluish glow is observed which we call as "Cherenkov radiation".

It is a very common scenario in nuclear power plant. I have been told that the high energy particles polarise. This phenomenon is called Čerenkov radiation, named after the Russian scientist who first characterized it rigorously and was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in Most people are familiar with Čerenkov radiation from the blue glow of an underwater nuclear reactor as it emits energetic charged particles.

This ionization signal allows energy measurement and 2D interaction positioning via a pixelated detector. The primary electron also produces Cherenkov radiation. The development of photon detection using Cherenkov light gives promising results and is outlined in detail in Refs.

contribution to the "10th International Conference on Hard and Electromagnetic Probes of High-Energy Nuclear Collisions" Subjects: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (hep-ph); Nuclear Theory (nucl-th) Cite as: arXiv [hep-ph] (or arXivv1 [hep-ph] for this version). Nine sources of extremely high-energy gamma rays have been identified in a new catalog compiled by researchers with the High-Altitude Water Cherenkov (HAWC) Gamma-Ray Observatory, including nine University of Maryland physicists.

Cherenkov radiation has more applications than making the water glow blue in a nuclear lab. Following are some of its uses: It is used in particle physics experiments to identify. Institute of Physics, and Elsevier Science Publishers, for granting permission to reprint Schwinger’s papers here.

Special thanks go to the editor of An-nals of Physics, Frank Wilczek, and the Senior Editorial Assistant for that journal, Eve Sullivan, for extraordinary assistance in making republication of.in high-energy physics S P Denisov DOI: /PUvn04ABEH Physics–Uspekhi 50 (4) – () # Uspekhi Fizicheskikh Nauk, Russian Academy of Sciences 1 Simple kinematical arguments allow predicting only one of the main properties of Cherenkov radiation, its narrow angular divergence.

More information: N. Budnev et al. TAIGA—A hybrid array for high-energy gamma astronomy and cosmic-ray physics, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics .