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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Microscopic matter particles have associated wave functions, so do photons.

The (probability) wave functions of photons are the classical EM waves.

But don’t have EM waves another reality than matter probability waves? Isn’t the wave/ particle dualism of another kind for EM-waves/ photons than for matter? I mean, EM waves consist of two oscillating fields.

thanks

The (probability) wave functions of photons are the classical EM waves.

But don’t have EM waves another reality than matter probability waves? Isn’t the wave/ particle dualism of another kind for EM-waves/ photons than for matter? I mean, EM waves consist of two oscillating fields.

thanks