Quantum is a physical quantity that can only has a fixed value of a momentum wave . From De Broglie, matter's wave
We can see that
From Planck's measurement h has value
Quanta is a physical quantity that represent a massless momentum wave
Characteristics of Quanta
Quanta process Wave-Particle duality
- Wave like .
- Particle like .
Quanta exist in 2 states
- Radiant photon at Threshold frequency . of a quantum energy
- Non-Radiant photon at frequency greater Threshold frequency . of a quantum energy
Heiseinberg Uncertainty Priciple
Quanta's energy , Photon , cannot exist in 2 states at the same times
There are 2 states of photons chances to find photon as radiant photon or Non-radiant photon is one half 1/2 which can be expressed mathematically as
Electromagnetic Wave Radiation
Experiment shows that electromagnetic wave radiation carries quantum energy
- at of a Radiant photon that produce visible light
- at of a Non-Radiant photon that produce electricity made of free electron
This can be deduce from , electromagnetic wave equation
Solving equation above, we have electromagnetic function
Electromagnetic wave radiation produces quantum energy travels at speed of light
- Speed .
- Quantum energy .
- Quantum .
- Wavelength .
- Momentum .
Experiment shows that . When atom absorbs electromagnetic radiation quantum energy . Electron of atom is released from atom going out off atom . When atom releases electromagnetic radiation quantum energy . Electron of atom is released from atom going inside atom
Free electron going out of atom
Free electron going inside of atom
Alpha decay unstable radioactive material decays to become more stable . This type of decay releases Relative mass and Alpha photon travels at a speed relative to speed of light
Beta decay unstable isotope material decays to become more stable . This type of decay releases Relative mass and Beta photon travels at a speed equals to speed of light
Gamma decay collision of electron . This type of decay releases Relative mass and Gamma photon travels at a speed equals to speed of light