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Spud101
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Jul31-09, 05:03 PM
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I would like to know the answers to these questions:


How does a photon reflect off a surface and if so is energy lost (i do realise that photons travel at the speed of light but i was just wondering)?

When a photon reflects off a surface is this point equal to the angle of incidence?

When a photon reflects off a surface of a material, what does it actually reflect off?

Please explain it to me simply. Thankyou
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