Refraction of a single photon

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Refraction of a single photon
« on: 29/09/2004 09:34:36 »
Hello everybody myself Ashok sharma, Technology student at NIT JSR, INDIA.

I want to start a new discussion on the gometrical optics.
Every body has heard of refraction through surfaces when light changes medium. Now consider a single photon then what If that single photton of light changed mediums, would it refract or change direction? Please think on it.
Thanking you.


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"F = ma, E = mc^2, and you can't push a string."

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"F = ma, E = mc^2, and you can't push a string."