Quantum Physics


Experiment to Test the Quantum Effect of a Waveguide (I)

Authors: Z.Y. Wang

The waveguide can be regarded as a potential barrier to microwaves and we apply quantum mechanics to study the coefficient of reflection R and transmission T . An initial experimental result is also presented in this paper that the transverse momentum of the electromagnetic field in a waveguide is zero which is no longer in proportion to the transverse wave vector. We're preparing to detect under other conditions and will report as soon as possible.

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Submission history

[v1] 5 Mar 2010
[v2] 15 Mar 2010

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