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Photons are they massless?

  1. Sep 18, 2016 #1
    I am Motseki Itumeleng, 22 age (2016). I am a third year undergraduate physics student at the University of Free State, South Africa. I am interest in understanding physics, chemistry and some concepts of mathematics. I can study with a group or individual. I am looking forward to prove that photons are not massless particles.
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    Welcome Coxicon.

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    Specifically, try our Special and General Relativity forum. Check the "Relativity FAQ List" at the top of that forum first.
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