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As light from a star spreads out and weakens, do gaps form between the photons? Can a fire have a shadow? Can gold be created from other elements? Can light bend around corners? Can momentum be hidden to human eyes like how kinetic energy can be hidden as heat?

  • As light from a star spreads out and weakens, do gaps form between the photons?
  • Can a fire have a shadow?
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  • Can gold be created from other elements?
  • Can light bend around corners?
  • Can momentum be hidden to human eyes like how kinetic energy can be hidden as heat?

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
one year ago
Dear student 
the most accurate approach, gaps do not form between photons as light spreads out. Light is made up of tiny fundamental bits called photons. A photon is a quantum object. As such, a photon acts a little like a particle and a little like a wave, but is actually something more complex.
The answer depends on how you look at the light. However, in the most accurate approach, gaps do not form between photons as light spreads out. Light is made up of tiny fundamental bits called photons. A photon is a quantum object. As such, a photon acts a little like a particle and a little like a wave but is something more complex.

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