History and Philosophy of Physics


A New Nature for Light

Authors: Djamel Abdelmoula

This work is a part of unpublished ideas about fundamental physics and there evolution over time. In this paper, I started by speaking about light and its nature as the cornerstone of physics. Then we describe the evolution of ideas about light and interpretations of its nature in terms of waves and particles; A duality which lead us to suggest a new nature of light at a halfway between these two interpretations. We reinvented the photon that we renamed "photillon". However, it remains to test this new approach in the interpretation of light-related phenomena. An attempt to interpret Young's interference fringes is made on the basis of this new conception of light and a new interpretation of the Planck constant has emerged naturally from this new nature.

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[v1] 2016-11-07 11:12:48
[v2] 2017-12-02 07:50:21
[v3] 2017-12-03 10:15:44

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