### Proceedings of SPIE Volume 7421

The Nature of Light: What are Photons? IIIFormat | Member Price | Non-Member Price |
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Volume Number: 7421

Date Published: 10 September 2009

Softcover: 31 papers (342) pages

ISBN: 9780819477118

Date Published: 10 September 2009

Softcover: 31 papers (342) pages

ISBN: 9780819477118

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Front Matter: Volume 7421

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Can fluctuations of classical random field produce quantum averages?

Author(s): Andrei Khrennikov

Author(s): Andrei Khrennikov

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Spectral properties and nonlinear dynamics of spontaneous emission of a resonance photon by two-level atom trapped in damped nanocavity with a resonance mode

Author(s): Vladislav Cheltsov

Author(s): Vladislav Cheltsov

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A non-quantum mechanical explanation of the single photon double slit experiment

Author(s): Karl Otto Greulich

Author(s): Karl Otto Greulich

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Indivisibility of the photon

Author(s): Ashok Muthukrishnan; Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri

Author(s): Ashok Muthukrishnan; Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri

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Do light beams cross each other unperturbed?

Author(s): Ghenadie N. Mardari; James A. Greenwood

Author(s): Ghenadie N. Mardari; James A. Greenwood

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Exploring divisibility and summability of 'photon' wave packets in nonlinear optical phenomena

Author(s): Narasimha Prasad; Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri

Author(s): Narasimha Prasad; Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri

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What can we learn by differentiating between the physical processes behind interference and diffraction phenomena?

Author(s): Qing Peng; A. Michael Barootkoob; Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri

Author(s): Qing Peng; A. Michael Barootkoob; Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri

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Astrophysical evidence shows no direct interaction between gravitation and electromagnetism in empty vacuum space

Author(s): Edward H. Dowdye

Author(s): Edward H. Dowdye

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Relativistic transformation of wavelength provides insights into the geometry of photons

Author(s): Michael J. Mobley

Author(s): Michael J. Mobley

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Photon-like solutions of Maxwell's equations in dispersive media

Author(s): John E. Carroll; Joseph Beals

Author(s): John E. Carroll; Joseph Beals

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Photon: quantum representation versus field representation seen from a new stand point

Author(s): E. H. Berloffa

Author(s): E. H. Berloffa

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Two versions of Maxwell's equations and the nature of light

Author(s): Tepper L. Gill; Woodford W. Zachary

Author(s): Tepper L. Gill; Woodford W. Zachary

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Elementary quanta: are they discrete individual entities?

Author(s): Chary Rangacharyulu

Author(s): Chary Rangacharyulu

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Can the quantum theory of light contain the classical electromagnetic theory of light?

Author(s): Yongchao Gan

Author(s): Yongchao Gan

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Why we need to continue the "What are Photons?" conference: to re-vitalize classical and quantum optics

Author(s): Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri

Author(s): Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri

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A new approach for solution of the paradox of electron spin

Author(s): Akbar Rahmani Nejad; M. A. Olia

Author(s): Akbar Rahmani Nejad; M. A. Olia

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A quantum-mathematical model to state single photon (electron) double slit experiment, Fraunhofer and Fresnel diffractions

Author(s): Akbar Rahmani Nejad; M. A. Olia

Author(s): Akbar Rahmani Nejad; M. A. Olia

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About the nature of light coherence

Author(s): Petro O. Demyanenko; Yuri F. Zinkovskij

Author(s): Petro O. Demyanenko; Yuri F. Zinkovskij

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Relativity explained by physical interpretation of coordinates of energy

Author(s): Viraj Fernando

Author(s): Viraj Fernando

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Is indivisible single photon really essential for quantum communications, computing and encryption?

Author(s): Al F. Kracklauer; Chary Rangacharyulu; Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri; Juliana H. J. Brooks; John E. Carroll; Andrei Khrennikov

Author(s): Al F. Kracklauer; Chary Rangacharyulu; Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri; Juliana H. J. Brooks; John E. Carroll; Andrei Khrennikov

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