when electron jumps from one orbit to other why energy is emitted in the form of photons.
MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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For a electron to change orbits and integer quantity of photons must either be accepted or release, this is a consequence in quantum mechanics
We consider Both photon and electron as particles. But how photon as a particle is associated with electron.
It's known as the
It's known as the Einstein photo electric effect. The release of electron from a material depends on the frequency which gives the photon it's energy
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Can you explain this at atomic level.
Light can be though a wave, Maxwell Equations, or as a particle called a photon who's energy is planks constant times frequency. When a photon with appropriate energy strikes a electron it well change orbits
what makes difference in considering a electron as a particle and electron as energy.
According to quantum mechanics you only know a specific area in which a electron may be, therefore the energy is distributed.