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how photons are said to be in momentum if they are considered to have no mass and no charge?

how photons are said to be in momentum if they are considered to have no mass and no charge?

Grade:9

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
10 months ago
Since photons (particles of light) have no mass, they must obey E = pc and therefore get all of their energy from their momentum. ... If a particle has no mass (m = 0) and is at rest (p = 0), then the total energy is zero (E = 0). But an object with zero energy and zero mass is nothing at all

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