Nonextensive interpretation of radiative recombination in electron cooling
AbstractAn interest for the low-energy range of the nonextensive distribution function arises from the study of radiative recombination in electron cooling devices in particle accelerators, whose experimentally measured reaction rates are much above the theoretical prediction. The use of generalized distributions, that differ from the Maxwellian in the low energy part (due to subdiffusion between electron and ion bunches), may account for the observed rate enhancement. In this work, we consider the isotropic distribution function and we propose a possible experiment for verifying the existence of a cut-off in the generalized momentum distribution, by measuring the spectrum of the X-rays emitted from radiative recombination reactions. Copyright EDP Sciences/Società Italiana di Fisica/Springer-Verlag 2006
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Volume (Year): 50 (2006)
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