The photon's field is confined to its surface, even in the case of an excited state the field extends radially to create localized charge distributions on theyojimbomusashi
Hi, I just looked at the solution of the photon in chap 2. I think that the solution is understandable, but as far as I know the field lines of the electricicetampe
If the frame of the single electron, the nucleus moves around it thus creating a magnetic interaction. It does not say in chapter one that spin is involved ascontrarianrob
- Aug 29, 2005
- This is a public group.
- Attachments are permitted.
- Members can hide email address.
- Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
- Membership does not require approval.
- Messages require approval.
- All members can post messages.