I read that a wave function of the photon does not exist in coordinate space.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

But, when I read Feynman's "QED: the strange theory of light and Matter", for instance, when the photons travel through the glass, it seems like wave functions of photons. How it is with this?

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# Photon wave function and "QED: the strange theory of light "

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