TY - JOUR
AU - Antonio Puccini
PY - 2018/11/06
Y2 - 2019/02/24
TI - Light’s Quanta Induce The Measurement Paradox
JF - JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN PHYSICS
JA - JAP
VL - 15
IS - 0
SE - Articles
DO -
UR - http://japlive.com/index.php/jap/article/view/7902
AB - We learn from Quantum Mechanics that the observation of the microscopic world, the measurement (M) of a quantum object, i.e. a particle, inexorably modifies the physical system we wish to examine.What happens is that with the M it takes place a reduction of the state vectors, that is the ‘wave function collapse’ of the measured particle.Why does it happen? No one knows.The enigma of the so-called Measurement Paradox, in our opinion, could be solved if we considered that the light quantum(LQ), as suggested by the Principle of Equivalence Mass-Energy, carries out a dynamic-mass equivalent to its energy. The LQ is indispensable to carry out a M. No M can be carried out without using the quantum of light.Calculus show that a photon of the optic band hits an electron with a momentum bigger than the mass of the electron itself.This may explain why the M induces the implosion of the quantum object observed, together with the collapse of its wave function, giving rise to the Measurement Paradox.
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