Comment on "Measurement of Coherent Cherenkov Radiation from an Intense Beam of a Picosecond Electron Bunch"
Neighbours, John R.
Buskirk, Fred R.
Maruyama, Xavier K.
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In a recent Letter, Ohkuma, Okuda, and Tsumori  (OOT) report the observation of coherent Cherenkov radiation produced by a single bunch of 30-MeV electrons. Electrons passing through a Ti foil window traveled a path of 50 cm through air before striking a mirror placed to reflect the radiation to a detector. Broad peaks of radiation were observed at angles larger than the usual Cherenkov angle.
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