Time-Dependent Injection as a Model for Rapid Blazar Flares
AbstractTime-dependent injection can cause non-linear cooling effects, which lead to a faster energy loss of the electrons in jets. The most obvious result is the appearance of unique breaks in the SED, which would normally be attributed to a complicated electron distribution. Knowledge of the observation time and duration is important for the interpretation of the observed spectra, because of the non-trivial evolution of the spectral energy distributions (SED). Intrinsic gamma–gamma absorption processes in the emission region are only of minor importance. View Full-Text
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Zacharias, M. Time-Dependent Injection as a Model for Rapid Blazar Flares. Galaxies 2016, 4, 19.
Zacharias M. Time-Dependent Injection as a Model for Rapid Blazar Flares. Galaxies. 2016; 4(3):19.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zacharias, Michael. 2016. "Time-Dependent Injection as a Model for Rapid Blazar Flares." Galaxies 4, no. 3: 19.
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