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# A non-relativistic charged particle moves along the positive X-axis with a constant positive acceleration $$a{\bf{\hat x}}.$$ The particle is at the origin at t = 0. Radiation is observed at t = 0 at a distant point (0, d, 0) on the Y-axis. Which one of the following statements is correct?

A. The radiation is unpolarized

B. The radiation is plane polarized with polarization parallel to the X-axis

C. The radiation is plane polarized with polarization parallel to the XY-plane along a line inclined to the X-axis

D. The radiation is elliptically polarized

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