I am not asking about electron positron annihilation, nor positronium.
Electrons (when accelerated in some cases non-uniformly), could emit photons.
Though, I have not found any experiment that would do the same with accelerated positrons emitting photons. After the comments, there is brehmsstralung from positrons interacting with crystals.
I have read this question:
But these do not answer my question.
where DarioP says:
A positron beam radiates exactly in the same way as an electron beam, so the physics is mostly the same except for one effect: the ion/electron cloud.
These ones state that antimatter can emit photons the same way as matter. Tough, there is no reference nor experiment.
We are able to produce positrons, maybe accelerate them, but I have not found any experiment that would do this or in any way see if positrons can emit photons.
- Can positrons (when accelerated) emit photons?