10 September 2015 The photon: EM fields, electrical potentials, and AC charge
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Photons are here considered to be resonant oscillations (solitons) in four dimensions (space/time) of an undefined ‘field’ otherwise generally existing at a local energy minimum. The photons’ constituent EM fields result in elevated energy, and therefore potentials, within that field. It is in the context of the standing waves of and between photons that the EM fields and potentials lead to a description of alternating (AC) ‘currents’ (of some form) of unquantized alternating ‘charge’ (of some sort). The main topic of this paper is the alternating charge.
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A. Meulenberg, A. Meulenberg, W. R. Hudgins, W. R. Hudgins, R. F. Penland, R. F. Penland, } "The photon: EM fields, electrical potentials, and AC charge", Proc. SPIE 9570, The Nature of Light: What are Photons? VI, 95700C (10 September 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2187509; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2187509


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