Nuclear and Atomic Physics


Light wave is a P-wave?

Authors: LI WeiGang

Traced in that linearly polarized light experiments require that the S-wave. That the only way to explain the phenomenon of linear polarization. However, if the above photon do that kind of understanding, then no single photon is linearly polarized! Coupled with appropriate phase two photons, the near-field vibration direction of the electric field was presented as some kind of linear polarization direction, can concerted direction by the analyzer polarizer.

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[v1] 2016-04-30 23:59:25

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