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Photon structure - light decyphering

by Victor
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Victor
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May10-03, 05:16 PM
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Interested on someone furthering information on basic photon structure. Intended for use towards interstellar light decyphering. If any questions, I will gladly answer them.

Million thanks,
Victor J. Kairé S.
vjkaires13@hotmail.com
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MrCaN
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May10-03, 11:30 PM
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Ok, not sure on the nature of your post, but the photon is an elementry structure, so its not made up of anything.
Alexander
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May11-03, 01:44 PM
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There are no "elementary" particles. We call them so because as of today we don't know their structure yet.

All we know they all are a quantum wavebunch interacting with each other certain way. But one day we may learn about their structure whether it is string(s), or state(s) of vacuum, or space-time topology unit(s), etc.

damgo
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May11-03, 06:39 PM
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Photon structure - light decyphering

You can find some info about the hadronic 'structure' of the photon -- eg what distribution of quarks it tends to switch into via second-order interactions -- by googling 'photon structure functions.' Probably not what you wanted, though.
Victor
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May12-03, 10:46 AM
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damgo,

Thank you for your reply, I will go googling, see what I find. On probably it is not what I wanted, you never know, one thing may take to another. Again, many thanks.

Sincerely yours,
Victor J. Kairé S.
vjkaires13@hotmail.com
Victor
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May12-03, 10:51 AM
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Alexander,

Thank you for your reply. Is there anyone at the time, that you may know of, that is dealing with investigations on the matter of photon structure, that I may aproach?

Sincerely yours,
Victor J. Kairé S.
vjkaires13@hotmail.com



Originally posted by Alexander
There are no "elementary" particles. We call them so because as of today we don't know their structure yet.

All we know they all are a quantum wavebunch interacting with each other certain way. But one day we may learn about their structure whether it is string(s), or state(s) of vacuum, or space-time topology unit(s), etc.


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