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I have heard photons behave as both waves (hrtz) and particles. Accordingly, I have a couple of questions regarding photons.1) So. During the photoelectric effect, a photon losses energy when it causes an electron to move, thus creating both mass acceleration of the electron and the resulting electric field. Is this effect subject to plank unit description, or is it infinitely instantaneous.
2) As this photon transist any sort of medium, does it disappear then reapear as it transits plank distances?
3) Does the Htz of the photon exhibit itself in space thus showing length. Or does its Hrtz exist only in one or two dimensions as it moves through space.