if an electron was moving with velocity V1 then it absorbed a photon with frequency v to move with velocity V2 thus, what is the force exerted on that electron ? what is the formula that describes the force as a function of frequency?
You would have to know the time that it took for the photon to be absorbed. [itex]\Delta p = F\Delta t[/itex].if an electron was moving with velocity V1 then it absorbed a photon with frequency v to move with velocity V2 thus, what is the force exerted on that electron ? what is the formula that describes the force as a function of frequency?
What branch of Physics are you dealing with? If you give more details about the specific question, then you are more likely to receive an answer.Is there a physical formula describes the force as a function of frequency
HOW can we describe the force as a function of frequency????
You just write down the Hamiltonian so that it includes the electromagnetic interaction.I wonder how one would set up the Schrödinger's equation for the interaction between an electron and a photon....
You need to study things more carefully than this.how the photon can not absorb the photon ....in the photoelectric the electron absorb a photon with frequency v to move in a kinetic energy E where E=hv-hv0
As people here have mentioned, your question is undefined!thank you very much Mr ZapperZ
But how can we describe the fore as a function of frequency?
or there is no formula and there is no force in quantum
Dear ZapperzAs people here have mentioned, your question is undefined!
A "force" is a generic term for ANY action. You can't just ask something like that and expect to have a useful answer. What force are you refering to? If we are talking about the force that causes an apple to fall, then there is no "frequency".
Secondly, the term "force" is really quite secondary once you get into more complicated system. It appears that you have never encounter the Lagrangian/Hamiltonian mechanics, something that all physics majors in college have to go through and understand. Here, there is no "force" that is necessary to describe completely the dynamics of a system. This concept is carried through into quantum mechanics. That is why when we try to solve the description of a system, we write down the Hamiltonian/Schrodinger Equation. We do not deal with "force".
So if you're trying to connect "force" with the energy carried by light that has a connection to frequency, then this is a rather dubious way of trying to understand something. That is why you are not getting any answer to your question.
My opinion here is that (i) you haven't learn much physics yet and (ii) you obviously missed the "overly speculative" rule in our Guidelines, even when you were warned about it earlier.Dear Zapperz
Thank you very much for your answer.... I really trying to connect the energy carried by light that has connection to frequency. in fact i reached to a formula as: F=Hv/V,, whereas F is force, H is constant and equals to 6.6*10^-34 joule. like the value of plank's constant but defferent in dimension, and v is the frequency, and V is the velocity equivalent to the energy frequency. This formula gives us the relativistic quantized force and it can be applied for micro and macro. i hope to send me your openion.