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10 September 2015 Visualizing electrons and photons
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Our investigation shows that the wave properties associated with fermions implies their finite size. However, existing quantum theories are based on the point particle concept, and fail to maintain relativistic invariance for finite sized charged particles. Notably, the quantum uncertainty principle introduces finite size in all elementary particles. Recently, we have developed a theory for understanding the quantum properties of finite sized fermions and bosons that incorporates both special relativity and quantum uncertainty. Using this theory, we are able to demonstrate theoretically the physical appearance of bosons and fermions. Understanding of the physical structure of electrons and photons will definitely help us advance our technology.
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Azizul Haque and Adam Haque "Visualizing electrons and photons", Proc. SPIE 9570, The Nature of Light: What are Photons? VI, 95700K (10 September 2015);


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