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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 6664

The Nature of Light: What Are Photons?
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Volume Number: 6664
Date Published: 26 August 2007
Softcover: 31 papers (314) pages
ISBN: 9780819468123

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Front Matter: Volume 6664
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
What is the information in a photon?
Author(s): Subhash Kak
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Can a deeper understanding of the measured behavior of light remove wave-particle duality?
Author(s): Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri
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Photons as beat frequency envelopes
Author(s): David Maker
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A self-consistent picture of wave-particle duality of light
Author(s): Yongchao Gan; Wenfeng Wang
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Photon position eigenvectors lead to complete photon wave mechanics
Author(s): Margaret Hawton
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Einstein's dream
Author(s): Andrei Khrennikov
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Light quantum from classical electromagnetic theory
Author(s): Wei-Long She
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Single photons cannot be extracted from the light of multi-atom light sources
Author(s): Karl Otto Greulich
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Do single photons tunnel faster than light?
Author(s): Herbert G. Winful
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The lateral displacement of a moving image on transmission through a stationary glass window
Author(s): Miles Padgett; Jonathan Leach; Sonja Franke-Arnold; Jörg Götte; L. Allen; Amanda Wright; John Girkin; Stephen Barnett
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Experimental detection of photons emitted during inhibited spontaneous emission
Author(s): David Branning; Alan L. Migdall; Paul G. Kwiat
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Can we get any better information about the nature of light by comparing radio and light wave detection processes?
Author(s): Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri; Peter Poulos
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Multi-photon entanglement: from quantum curiosity to quantum computing and quantum repeaters
Author(s): P. Walther; M. D. Eisaman; A. Nemiroski; A. V. Gorshkov; A. S. Zibrov; A. Zeilinger; M. D. Lukin
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What do correlations tell us about photons?
Author(s): A. F. Kracklauer
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Fair sampling and rotational invariance in EPR experiments
Author(s): Guillaume Adenier; Andrei Yu. Khrennikov
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The Sagnac effect and the chirality of space time
Author(s): R. M. Kiehn
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Coherence vortex with orbital angular coherence momentum and wave-particle duality in correlation function
Author(s): Wei Wang; Mitsuo Takeda
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New tests and clarification of some conceptual issues in the superposition of monochromatic light fields
Author(s): Aditya Gilra; Vandna Gokhroo; C. S. Unnikrishnan
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Why Kastner analysis does not apply to a modified Afshar experiment
Author(s): Eduardo Flores; Ernst Knoesel
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Theory and practice: How do we teach our students about light?
Author(s): Katherine Creath
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Light and the observer: new experiments and a critique of our common beliefs about light
Author(s): C. S. Unnikrishnan
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Can the 'photon interferes only with itself' hypothesis be reconciled with superposition of light from multiple beams or sources?
Author(s): Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri; Narasimha S. Prasad; Qing Peng
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A complete description and applications for a photon
Author(s): Z. X. Yao; J. W. Zhong; B. L. Pan
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Nonlocality as a function of PDE type
Author(s): David Maker
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The natural philosophy of fundamental particles
Author(s): Riccardo C. Storti
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The principle of frequency interaction and photoelectric conversion of the mass wave
Author(s): Dayong Cao
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Photon as a classical wave packet from classically stabilized electron orbits
Author(s): Jan Olof Jonson
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Four-dimensional photon cavities
Author(s): K. B. Wharton
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What is a photon?
Author(s): Ghenadie N. Mardari
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The inexhaustible source of insights revealed by every photon
Author(s): Avshalom C. Elitzur; Shahar Dolev
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Observation of a significant influence of Earth's motion on the velocity of photons in our terrestrial laboratory
Author(s): Héctor A. Múnera; Daniel Hernández-Deckers; Germán Arenas; Edgar Alfonso
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