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Influence of the Dynamic Quantum Shielding on the Transition Bremsstrahlung Spectrum and the Gaunt Factor in Strongly Coupled Semiclassical Plasmas

Title
Influence of the Dynamic Quantum Shielding on the Transition Bremsstrahlung Spectrum and the Gaunt Factor in Strongly Coupled Semiclassical Plasmas
Author
정영대
Keywords
Dynamic Quantum Screening; Transition Bremsstrahlung; Semiclassical Plasma.
Issue Date
2013-02
Publisher
VERLAG DER ZEITSCHRIFT FUER NATURFORSCHUNG
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung. A, A journal of physical sciences v.68 no.1/2, 2013년, pp.165 - 171
Abstract
The influence of the dynamic quantum shielding on the transition bremsstrahlung spectrum is investigated in strongly coupled semiclassical plasmas. The effective pseudopotential and the impact parameter analysis are employed to obtain the bremsstrahlung radiation cross section as a function of the de Broglie wavelength, Debye length, impact parameter, radiation photon energy, projectile energy, and thermal energy. The result shows that the dynamic screening effect enhances the transition bremsstrahlung radiation cross section. It is found that the maximum position of the transition bremsstrahlung process approaches to the center of the shielding cloud with increasing thermal energy. It is also found that the dynamic screening effect on the bremsstrahlung radiation cross section decreases with an increase of the quantum character of the semiclassical plasma. In addition, it is found that the peak radiation energy increases with an increase of the thermal energy. It is also found that the dynamic quantum screening effect enhances the bremsstrahlung Gaunt factor, especially for the soft-photon case.
URI
https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/zna.2013.68.issue-1-2/zna.2012-0099/zna.2012-0099.xmlhttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/51807
ISSN
0932-0784
DOI
10.5560/zna.2012-0099
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