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Example: particle at rest use a quantity which is Lorentz invariant ! 4-Vector ? USPAS JAN 19-30, 2004, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA 44 how do we formulate a Lagrange function? example: particle at rest use a quantity which is Lorentz invariant ! energy-momentum 4-vector for particle at rest: 1  , cp  , cp  , iE   cp x y z c space-time 4-vector  0, 0, 0, imc dx  , dy  , dz  , icdt   product of both here, particle system is most convenient 0, 0, 0, imc dx  , dy  , dz  , icdt    mc 2 dt   mc 2 1   2 dt and L  mc 2 1   2 USPAS JAN 19-30, 2004, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA 45 how do we formulate a Lagrange function?

Q f , H, p x , p y , p z , . . p f   0 Hamilton’s equations: dq l d  H p l ; dp l d   qH ; l for l  0, 1, 2, . . f USPAS JAN 19-30, 2004, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA 64 Extended Hamiltonian – 2 for l0 dq 0 d and dp 0 d 1   H q 0  H  H  q0    C 1  t H q 0 dp 0 d  H t  dH dt  p 0  H  C 2  0  H  const.

4  0. 56 relativistic 20 MeV electrons: A  1 highly 2 mc  0. 511 2 v  c 1  0. 999 67c 2 20 USPAS JAN 19-30, 2004, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA 33 summary of formulas relativistic factor  total energy E 2  c 2p 2  A 2m 2 c 4 momentum cp  E velocity  1 1 2 or   1   2  E Amc2 1  1 1 E 1 kin Amc 2  Ekin Amc2 E2kin 2Amc2 Ekin USPAS JAN 19-30, 2004, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA Ekin Amc2 34 Emission of Radiation, spectral and spatial distribution consider EM wave in particle system phase of the wave is:      t     i  E0e 1     c n x x  n y y E  n z z   Phase is product of two 4-vectors!

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