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comment Is there any optical experiment that can not be explained by photon model defined in QED?
@anna v: thanks for the links, but it seems not the problem I was asking for.
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comment Is there any optical experiment that can not be explained by photon model defined in QED?
The paper is actually a review in which four photon models were discussed. I found that my question was not a good one in that it it too vague. I may want to delete it. And for those who want to read the paper, I am willing to email it provided it was used as research purpose only.
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comment Does an oscillating electrical monopole radiate?
@Ron Maimon : I prefer we keep it so anyone else may take it as reference.
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comment Does an oscillating electrical monopole radiate?
Yes, there seems to be a dipole moment, but just hard to understand in that there is no actual opposite charge.
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comment Does an oscillating electrical monopole radiate?
Thanks, but GR is far beyond my ability to comprehend. I just need to find a succinct and elegant derivation for the E-field and M-field produced by this sinusoidal oscillation charge.
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comment Does an oscillating electrical monopole radiate?
Not any acceleration will result in radiation. please see the Nonradiation condition <en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nonradiation_condition>; for more details. This one will radiate. But I need find a rigid derivation to convince myself. Thanks anyway.
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asked Does an oscillating electrical monopole radiate?