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How to derive characteristic wavelength of x-ray from energy equation?

  1. Dec 11, 2011 #1
    Hello. first, sorry for my poor English.



    Derive characteristic wavelength from radiation power


    This is radiated power from bending magnet (synchrotron storage ring accelerating electron to get x-ray)
    e0088180_4ee55381dc260.png

    and these are wave distribution from storage ring
    e0088180_4ee5531344781.png
    e0088180_4ee55313bd18a.png
    e0088180_4ee55313bd18a.png
    e0088180_4ee5531343c86.png

    and what I have to derive is as follows. characteristic wavelength of radiation
    e0088180_4ee553147b90b.png


    I have to derive this equation. professor said I can derive this equation from the first power equation. I have been trying for 3 days. but couldn't find solution.
    help...

    Best regards.
     
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