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  • sorincosofret
    Corpuscular nature of light book… Finally, after a long delay the book related to corpuscular theory of light is ready for publishing. In the book, quanta
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      Corpuscular nature of light book…


      Finally, after a long delay the book related to corpuscular theory of light is
      ready for publishing.
      In the book, quanta hypothesis and the actual wave-corpuscular duality, is rule
      out.
      In short, the proposed theory split the actual electromagnetic domain in two
      different region:
      -radio wave and microwave having a wave character
      -IR, VIS, UV, Xray, gamma domain having a corpuscular character.

      Principal differences between these two categories are analyzed in the book.
      1. radio and microwave are produced as result of a RLC oscillator or as result
      of a electron or nucleus magnetic moment flip; by comparison photons are
      produced by electron (or nuclear) transition between two orbits without magnetic
      moment flip. There is no charge oscillation during electron jump between orbits
      so a photon can't have an oscillating electric and magnetic field.
      2. It is impossible to have a sheaf of electromagnetic waves with closed
      frequencies traveling into a certain direction; by contrary a beam of photons
      can be formed by different photons energies.
      3. An electromagnetic wave can't carry an angular momentum (in fact no wave can
      do this), and a discriminatory experiment is proposed.
      4. An electromagnetic wave can't produce birefringence, more precisely, the
      separation of incident wave in other two perpendicular waves after travelling in
      a medium. There are some papers were birefringence of microwave is analyzed,
      but, a in this case birefringence means change of phase.!!! By contrary photons
      beams are producing birefringence and a discriminatory experiment is proposed.
      5. Optical activity can discriminate further between electromagnetic waves and
      photons. Electromagnetic waves are not rotating the plane of polarization when
      travel through such substances and again a discriminatory experiment is proposed
      here.
      6. An electromagnetic wave can't carry a momentum, and by comparison a photon
      can carry it.
      7. A cooled body does not emit electromagnetic waves (radio or microwave). Under
      a certain threshold where the IR emission stops, the cooling is made by
      convection and contact.
      8. Two electromagnetic waves with closed or equal frequencies interfere without
      any problem of ,,coherence". Photons needs this ,,artefact" in order to
      interfere.
      9. Brewster angle, total internal reflection is notions without meaning for a
      electromagnetic wave. For photons, a commons sense description is provided.

      Many experiments and some theoretical considerations, discussed in the book, are
      posted at this link:
      http://www.elkadot.com/corpuscular.html

      The book proposes new mechanisms for reflection, refraction and light
      interference.
      Electromagnetic waves decryptions (radio and microwaves) are in working now
      and this subject will be treated in further books.

      Regards,

      Sorin Cosofret
    • McGalliard, Frederick B
      Do you recall the first MASER . This used a moleculecular transition, the excited state of which could be separated by an electromagnetic characteristic to
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        Do you recall the first "MASER". This used a moleculecular transition, the excited state of which could be separated by an electromagnetic characteristic to produce a population inversion inside a tuned resonator. The behavior is exactly the same QM behavior later used to make the He-Ne LASER of much early fame, and the even later and greater laser diodes. If LASERs are to be associated with the "corpuscular" as opposed to wave (man is that term OLD fashioned, sounds very steam punk), then shouldn't the lowest microwave molecular transitions, or the fine split transitions of atoms in a magnetic field, many of which are spread over a rather arbitrarily low value of energy/frequency, also fit into the old corpuscular format? But how do you get diffraction effects, which can be done at X-Ray energy with crystals, without giving up a wave behavior?
        Sometimes this discussion sounds so retro it seems to be some Goth SF site. Is that what this is becoming?

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        Corpuscular nature of light book…

        Finally, after a long delay the book related to corpuscular theory of light is
        ready for publishing.
        In the book, quanta hypothesis and the actual wave-corpuscular duality, is rule
        out.
        In short, the proposed theory split the actual electromagnetic domain in two
        different region:
        -radio wave and microwave having a wave character
        -IR, VIS, UV, Xray, gamma domain having a corpuscular character.

        Principal differences between these two categories are analyzed in the book.
        1. radio and microwave are produced as result of a RLC oscillator or as result
        of a electron or nucleus magnetic moment flip; by comparison photons are
        produced by electron (or nuclear) transition between two orbits without magnetic
        moment flip. There is no charge oscillation during electron jump between orbits
        so a photon can't have an oscillating electric and magnetic field.
        2. It is impossible to have a sheaf of electromagnetic waves with closed
        frequencies traveling into a certain direction; by contrary a beam of photons
        can be formed by different photons energies.
        3. An electromagnetic wave can't carry an angular momentum (in fact no wave can
        do this), and a discriminatory experiment is proposed.
        4. An electromagnetic wave can't produce birefringence, more precisely, the
        separation of incident wave in other two perpendicular waves after travelling in
        a medium. There are some papers were birefringence of microwave is analyzed,
        but, a in this case birefringence means change of phase.!!! By contrary photons
        beams are producing birefringence and a discriminatory experiment is proposed.
        5. Optical activity can discriminate further between electromagnetic waves and
        photons. Electromagnetic waves are not rotating the plane of polarization when
        travel through such substances and again a discriminatory experiment is proposed
        here.
        6. An electromagnetic wave can't carry a momentum, and by comparison a photon
        can carry it.
        7. A cooled body does not emit electromagnetic waves (radio or microwave). Under
        a certain threshold where the IR emission stops, the cooling is made by
        convection and contact.
        8. Two electromagnetic waves with closed or equal frequencies interfere without
        any problem of ,,coherence" . Photons needs this ,,artefact" in order to
        interfere.
        9. Brewster angle, total internal reflection is notions without meaning for a
        electromagnetic wave. For photons, a commons sense description is provided.

        Many experiments and some theoretical considerations, discussed in the book, are
        posted at this link:
        http://www.elkadot. com/corpuscular. html

        The book proposes new mechanisms for reflection, refraction and light
        interference.
        Electromagnetic waves decryptions (radio and microwaves) are in working now
        and this subject will be treated in further books.

        Regards,

        Sorin Cosofret

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