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  1. Z. Fried, Nuovo Cimento 22, 1303 (1961).
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  2. This argument is due to S. Altshuler.

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Z. Fried, Nuovo Cimento 22, 1303 (1961).
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Fried, Z.

Z. Fried, Nuovo Cimento 22, 1303 (1961).
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Z. Fried, Nuovo Cimento 22, 1303 (1961).
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This argument is due to S. Altshuler.

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Fig. 1

Lowest-order Thomson scattering of one photon out of η photons.

Fig. 2
Fig. 2

Lowest-order nonlinear contribution to Thomson scattering. One photon is scattered as in Fig. 1; a second is scattered forward.

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e [ 1 / ( p + k i m ) ] e , e [ 1 / ( p κ i m ) ] e .
k / 2 m k 0 , κ / 2 m k 0 ,
e 1 p + k i m e 1 p + 2 k i m e 1 p + k i m e .
k 8 m 2 k 0 2 [ 1 ( 2 k 0 / m ) ( 1 cos θ ) ] , k 8 m 2 k 0 2 [ 1 ( k 0 / 2 m ) ( 1 cos θ ) ] , k [ 1 ( k 0 / m ) ( 1 cos θ ) ] 8 m 2 k 0 2 [ 1 ( k 0 / 2 m ) ( 1 cos θ ) ] ,
( e 2 n / 8 m 3 k 0 V ) ( 1 cos θ ) .
e 2 n / 8 m 3 k 0 V ~ 1 / 2 m ,
n / V ~ 1 / r 0 ƛ c ƛ .
P = ћ ω 2 / r 0 ƛ c .
P = 10 20 W / cm 2 .