Subject: how do a photon reflecting in a mirror stay coherent and not entangle ?
Date: Sat Jan 4 13:02:22 2003
Posted by boris
Grade level: grad (science)
City: reno State/Province: nevada
Area of science: Physics
How do a photon reflecting in a mirror stay coherent and not entangle with the
electrons of the mirror? Let us take a perfect mirror, a piece of metal in
which electrons are free to move without frictions. If a photon reflect it
should interact localy with those electrons. So how do we get coherent light
Re: how do a photon reflecting in a mirror stay coherent and not entangle ?
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