anonymous
  • anonymous
When we look at objects, are photons being reflected or are the excited electrons giving out photons when they return to ground state?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
photons being reflected....
anonymous
  • anonymous
except for when your looking at a light source ;)
anonymous
  • anonymous
exactly,

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anonymous
  • anonymous
photons are reflected no doubt, but when looking through the refractive medium it is also the energy radiated due to transition of the electrons in the medium along with the reflected photons which we see.
anonymous
  • anonymous
not only the energy but also the momentum
anonymous
  • anonymous
momentum cannot be radiated bro
anonymous
  • anonymous
electric field always inline with magnetic field.....then they carry energy and momentum

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