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comment Do photons actually generate a slight kinetic force?
i mean when the electrons jump to higher energy states doesn't the magnetic attraction to the nucleus slightly push the nucleus in one direction causing a "slight" kinetic force or is that the electron technically exerting the kinetic force?
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asked Understanding on quantum entanglement
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asked Do photons actually generate a slight kinetic force?
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asked Quantum computers: are they possible or impossible?
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comment Holograms? Sci Fi or future fact?
Is there an equation for calculating the reflective index of a material or is it trial and error?
Mar
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comment Holograms? Sci Fi or future fact?
so they already use this effect i thought they used a 45 degree mirror to trick the eye.if they do use this effect id be interested in seeing the resulting hologram.
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comment Holograms? Sci Fi or future fact?
also is it possible to change a lights wavelength through interference (probably not due to the changes in amplitudes as two wave pass each other). but i hope i'm wrong because making a hologram would be much easier that way but if not i could always change the medium
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asked Holograms? Sci Fi or future fact?