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Chaos' lil bro Order
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Consider a hydrogen atom. A photon strikes it at some random angle. The hyrogen's electron absorbs the photon. The electron becomes excited and its orbital increases. The electron deexcites and emits a photon.
Question: Is the direction of the emitted photon a random direction. Or is there a correlation with the emitted photon's direction with the original incident photon's direction?
Question: Is the direction of the emitted photon a random direction. Or is there a correlation with the emitted photon's direction with the original incident photon's direction?