Radiation energy losses in collisions of like charged particles

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I am looking for articles devoted to calculations of radiation losses in collisions of similarly charged particles.

Please, tell me references to such works.

Perhaps to categorize in references. The question is broad. Are you talking of inelastic electrons scattering?

Ok. I mean  an elastic collision collision between two like-charged particles (electron-electron, proton-proton, alpha particle-proton). This can be both dipole and quadrupole (in the case of identical particles) radiation.

Ok. I mean  an elastic collision  between two like-charged particles (electron-electron, proton-proton, alpha particle-proton). This can be both dipole and quadrupole (in the case of identical particles) radiation.

It seems to me that radiation due to collisions is treated in Landau-Lifshitz textbook.

In LL there is an equation of a charge with rediation reaction term $\propto \dot{\text{F}}_{{\text{ext}}}$ which is useful in practical calculations. In the center of mass of two colliding particles this equation describes the relative motion of the projectile and the target particles - their Coulomb interaction is an "external force" for a particle with the reduced mass. Maybe this will help.

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