Light particle question?

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Hi I'm not a physicist student or physicist person.

i don't know where to post this.

but i have question.

what molecule or atom that repels when touch the ray or boundary of light?

thank in advance.
 

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malawi_glenn
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you mean "recoil"?

Well, every particle must recoil due to energy and momentum conservation.
 
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can you show me a visual example of it? picture or video in action?

I don't care what's name of that thing.

please consider that physics is not my field and I'm noob.

thank you.
 
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what molecule or atom that repels when touch the ray or boundary of light?

I don't understand your question. Can you give more details, or an example of what you're asking about?
 
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I don't understand your question. Can you give more details, or an example of what you're asking about?

ok give me time to sketch it, it's 3:00am here in the philippines.

i need to sleep.

if my conclusion is correct then my theory is possible.

Thanks in advance. see you tomorrow guys.
 
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if you are a noob in physics, how come you make theories? :P
 
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if you are a noob in physics, how come you make theories? :P


lol I remember there's a saying. "Either you're really smart, or you're really dumb."
 

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