Okay, I have a comic book scenario and I want to know what would happen.
- Fighter A can forcibly control electrons in the state of an electron where it is both particle and wave, and when they strike other objects the electrons are unable to react either as particle or a wave because of their state. Normally, electrons have a mass that is close to zero, but because they are "stopped" at this state they take become like a solid object. This then creates a highly destructive beam of very fast electrons that pierces through a target at the same velocity that it was fired.
- Fighter B is able to drop temperature to absolute zero (the point where all molecular motion stops).
Which power would negate the other?
I have two questions about the scenario described above,
- Is the idea that electrons can be stopped "in the middle" of each of their states (wave and particle) and that makes them like a solid object at all realistic?
- Can absolute zero stop the movement of electrons, or solid electrons like those described above?
Sorry for wasting your time. I am just 16 and not a physics major. Just asking a question that I thought could theoretically be answered. I asked on other sites but no one would answer. They all kept pointing me to here. Thanks for the -2. Now that I know the response I'll stop asking questions.