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Offline NEBO666

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I am looking/searching for some simulation/animation/visualization of photon.. i want to see the variation of magnetic and electric field of/in photon, in 3d..
Is possible to found think like this?

p.s. sorry for my english .. my "default" language is macedonian :d.


 

Offline Chemistry4me

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I think Vern might be able to help you.
 

Offline Vern

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I have made models of a photon in motion based upon the classic view of a photon as electric and magnetic fields with the plane of the fields at ninety degrees to the direction of motion of the photon. And I have speculative models of all the natural particles that may be created by combinations of resonant states of this photon model.

I don't have a working copy at the moment. If there is interest I can make one. I use the Fedora distribution of Linux since it provides the best compilers for C++ programs. Here is my present source code. It now makes a model of a neutron. You need this library to compile it. You also need the SDL graphics library that comes with Linux.

« Last Edit: 23/05/2009 13:39:50 by Vern »
 

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