|TUPMY033||Radiation of Charged Particle Flying into Chiral Isotropic Medium||1620|
Funding: Work is supported by the Grant of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (No. 15-32-20985).
In recent years, the interest to radiation of moving charged particles in media with chiral properties is connected with relatively new and prospective method for diagnostics of biological objects which uses the Cherenkov radiation ' Cherenkov luminescence imaging*. Optical activity (chirality, gyrotropy) is typical or biological matter and is caused by mirrorless structure of molecules. Contrary to such gyrotropic medium as magnetized ionospheric plasma, aforementioned media are isotropic. One distributed model describing the frequency dispersion of isotropic chiral media is Condon model. In this report, we continue the investigation performed in our previous paper** where we dealt with the field produced by uniformly moving charge in infinite chiral isotropic medium. Moreover, we perform generalization of early paper***, where the problem with half-space was considered in the specific case of slow charge motion. We present typical radiation patterns in vacuum area and corresponding ellipses of polarization which allows determination of the chiral parameter of the medium.
* Spinelli A.E. et al. // NIM A. 2011. V. 648. P. S310.
** Galyamin S.N. et al. // Phys. Rev. E. 2013. V. 88. P. 013206.
*** Engheta N., Mickelson A.R. // IEEE Trans. AP. 1982. V. 30. P. 1213.
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