An M.I.T. Physics lecture mentioned B and E crossing over the x axis as lowest energy state/position of the wave(s).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Along the x axis, path of photon, is photon momentum here the lowest also?

Does momentum vary?

For a tiny target, if a photon collides at this exact point is there no momentum transfer?

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# Photon Momentum varies along waveform?

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