The interaction of light with electrons is one of the fundamental perceptual realities of what we see. Yet that interaction is only partly understood. Cordus concepts are applied to develop a descriptive model of the mechanisms whereby photons are absorbed into electrons and emitted. From the Cordus perspective, the temperature of a body is primarily a measure of its phonons (lattice-vibrations). Cordus shows why entropy occurs, despite the individual mechanisms being reversible. An understanding of the mechanisms for entropy is relevant to the understanding of coherence, superfluidity and superconductivity. Cordus suggests that a failure to adequately conceptualise entropy leads to misapplication of coherence and ultimately to unreliability in the premise of superposition.
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