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Important Find:when Is The Wave-motion Of Light?and When The

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Posted by Xieshangzhe on October 24, 2004 23:47:31 UTC

Important find:when is the wave-motion of light?and when the particle-motion it is?

I think that physics generally known as light has wave-particle being very ambiguous,can you strict distinguish when the light is wave-motion and when is particle-motion?
I think it must be:
(1)All nature light has not wave-motion but only has particle-motion,it moves in particle but not spread by wave;
(2)The wave-motion of light only produce after the light "collide with" narrow-stitch,no narrow-stitch will no wave-motion of light.So wave-motion is not the nature possessionlety of light.But when existing a nature narrow-stitch,light behaving wave-motion,e.g. rainbow;
(3)Different colour light has different speed,because contrast with below:
In electron diffraction experiment,diffraction fringe change by the changing of speed of electron.So that,if it does not pass through the narrow-stitch,different colour light could not be call "different frequency light",but only could be call"different speed light";
(4)Please do the experiment of "single colour light reduce speed diffraction",you maybe could find the "frequency"of the single colour light can be changed!
If it as above,many famous experiment in history would lost it's theory basis,e.g. Melde's experiment;and physics teaching-book must be modified in large scope!


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