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# WHY THE PARTICLE MOVES LIKE A WAVE?

Aman Bansal
592 Points
8 years ago

Let''s say you have a maths question 1+1=2, you might put it to a calculator or you might give an example, each case works well for differnet age groups of people.

Particle or wave forms of light are different models used to solve the physics in differnet situations. Usually, when concerned about the interfernece of light, at least before 3rd year university level, you can associated the wave concept with light, but the same results can be obtained with the particle theory, inwhich case all the path of the particles are summed up in a path integral formulation developed by richard feymann.

Two models of light give the exactly the same results in mthematics, only that one explains the physics in words better than the other in some specific situations

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saisandeep Mattaparthi
84 Points
8 years ago

Particle or wave forms of light are different models used to solve the physics in differnet situations. Usually, when concerned about the interfernece of light, at least before 3rd year university level, you can associated the wave concept with light, but the same results can be obtained with the particle theory, inwhich case all the path of the particles are summed up in a path integral formulation developed by richard feymann.

Two models of light give the exactly the same results in mthematics, only that one explains the physics in words better than the other in some specific situations