Classical Physics


Photons and Polarization

Authors: Edward G. Lake

Light consists of photons, not waves, and yet virtually every article and textbook about light polarization describes and uses illustrations of light as consisting of waves. This article is an attempt to analyze, illustrate and explain how light photons can be visualized, how they work, and how they can be polarized.

Comments: 13 Pages. First draft

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[v1] 2019-04-07 11:09:44

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