30 January 2008 Evolution of microscopic interaction force and interpretation for major well-known optical phenomenon and experiments
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Two formulas for microscopic interaction force have been suggested in this paper. Some interesting results such as the invariant light speed in free space and the πphase change or one half of wavelength delay could be interpreted using the dynamic equations based on our suggestions although the former is the foundation of relative theory, the latter is all-known phenomenon in optics. There is no concise or clear understanding to them at least at present so this gap might be filled by our work. At the same time several well-known classical or modern optical experiments are also proved or logically analyzed. This fact shown that our suggestions are not only considerable assumptions but also revealed the interaction relation between microscopic particles. Its' worth to note that we have tested the microscopic geometric scale (GAS) pointed a short time before by us as well as the microscopic interaction force using Fizeau experiment. Besides this some other interesting results, such as the possible geometrical action scale of gravitational field particle, the new method to measure the constant of gravitation and time evolution equation for media index etc.
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Ruogu Zhu, Ruogu Zhu, Lei Zhu, Lei Zhu, Tao Wei, Tao Wei, Yushu Shi, Yushu Shi, } "Evolution of microscopic interaction force and interpretation for major well-known optical phenomenon and experiments", Proc. SPIE 6831, Nanophotonics, Nanostructure, and Nanometrology II, 683105 (30 January 2008); doi: 10.1117/12.754760; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.754760
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