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The Use of Relativistic Energies to Overcome Energy‐Resolution Difficulties in the Schwarz‐Hora Experiment
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4.Gaussian shapes are used because the emission of the electrons from the filament is caused by a large number of random processes and the Central Limit Theorem should apply. The resulting agreement with experimental data verifies this assumption.
5.There is some uncertainty concerning the value of the transverse momentum q, depending on, for instance, whether one assumes the free propagating mode or waveguide mode for the laser field in the crystal. The measured value of Λ indicates that the actual value of q is considerably smaller than that predicted with either mode. For this reason, we have ignored the contribution of the transverse momentum to the damping factor. It is expected that the transfer of appreciable transverse momentum to a wave packet with small transverse dimensions will result in additional damping due to the resulting separation in that direction.
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