Stimulated Cerenkov-Raman Scattering.
DARTMOUTH COLL HANOVER N H DEPT OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY
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A Cerenkov-Raman Maser consists of an energetic electron beam, a dielectric resonator, and a static, rippled magnetic field pump. In the absence of the dielectric resonator, the device is, at longer wavelengths, identical to a stimulated Raman source and at shorter wavelengths, identical to the free electron laser. The addition of the dielectric resonator to the device gives a further degree of freedom to the doppler shift relations. Both modes can be used to form a Cerenkov-Raman maser.
- Nuclear Physics and Elementary Particle Physics