Classical Physics

   

Nature of Light: What Hidden Behind Young's Double-Slit Experiment?

Authors: Xiuqing Huang

We experimentally prove that the famous single- and double-slit experiments are merely the scattered-light phase transition by slit edges rather than the conventional view of the transmitted-light effect by slits. The nature of the wave-particle duality of light quanta can be well understood with the help of the hypothesis of the quantized chiral photons having an intrinsic dual-energy cyclic exchange property. With the suggested theoretical framework, the experimental diffraction pattern of a single slit is analytically determined and numerically confirmed.

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[v1] 2019-05-22 05:56:51
[v2] 2019-06-17 10:52:54

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