|MadSci Network: Physics|
All I want to know is: Is the form of the particle that gives the form of an electromagnetic field? I mean, we know that light is waves, but what does it means in fact? It means particles wich are travelling trough the space-time ARE waves? Maybe energy in form of waves?? Also, I've heard about it, X particles and X waves (takions?). I'm lost. Which of those things were supposed to be form of a X? The wave or the particle??
Re: Why is an electromagnetic field a wave? Are the particles also waves?
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