By Richard Talman

This primary booklet to hide in-depth the new release of x-rays in particle accelerators specializes in electron beams produced by way of the unconventional power restoration Linac (ERL) know-how. The ensuing hugely magnificent x-rays are on the centre of this monograph, which maintains the place different books out there cease.

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This distribution is simpler when expressed in terms of erect coordinates y = R−1 y, where R is the rotation matrix of Eq. 28), but applicable at lattice point s. Because this transformation is a simple rotation the probability distributions are related by ρ(y, y ) = ρ(y, y ), and hence ρ(y, y ) = 1 exp 2S y,b − y2 2 y,b β − y 2 2 y,b /β . 1, and has yielded K = 1/(2S y,b ). 39) represents one particle, to conﬁrm the normalizing factor. 17 18 1 Beams of Electrons or Photons The elements of the “variance-covariance matrix” are the expectation val2 ues, or moments, < y2 >, < yy >, < y >: < y2 > < yy > < yy > < y 2 > = < yyT >=< R−1 yyT R > = R−1 = R−1 < y2 > 0 R 2 0

It is efﬁcient to discuss this material in this chapter since most of the background material will have already been covered while treating x-ray beams as waves. 2 Scalar Wave Equation To study geometric optics in media with spatially-varying index of refraction n = n(r) one should work with electric and magnetic ﬁelds but, to reduce complication (without compromising the issues to be emphasized) we will work with scalar waves. Any such wave must satisfy the wave equation for a wave of velocity c/n(r); ∇2 Ψ ≡ ∇ · ∇ Ψ = n 2 ( r) ∂2 Ψ .

Consider any two (independent) solutions x1 (z) 33 34 2 Beams Treated as Waves and x2 (z) of this equation. For example x1 (z), can be the “cosine-like” solution with C(0) = 1, C (0) = 0 and x2 (z) ≡ S(z), the “sine-like” solution with S(0) = 0, n(0)S (0) = 1. 20) where M is a 2 × 2 matrix called the “transfer matrix”. Identify the matrix elements of M with the cosine-like and sine-like solutions. 21) is conserved as z varies. Finally, use this result to show that det | M | = 1. The analog of this result in mechanics is Liouville’s theorem.