JEMAA  Vol.4 No.11 , November 2012
The Spin-Spin Interaction and the New Concept of Photon
Author(s) Quang Quy Ho
Abstract
After researching carefully the well known M. Planck’s law of the black-body radiation, the quantum theory of field and the Einstein’s postulates about interaction of the photon with the atoms, there are a lot of unclear questions about photon and its interaction with atom. From all the above questions, there are three main following questions: Why does the energy of a light mode include zero-point energy? Where does the first photon come from in universe? and What is the first fact as a reason of absorption, emission in the photon-atom interaction? To find out the acceptable answers, here we propose postulates about the zero-photon and then about the new concepts of photon. Using them, we have tried to describe the basic characters of the photon and explain the photon-atom interaction in other way: the spin-spin interaction. Our results showed out the different picture of mechanism of the photon-atom interaction, the existence of the zero-photon energy, the absorption as well as the emission rule and its probabilities.

Cite this paper
Q. Ho, "The Spin-Spin Interaction and the New Concept of Photon," Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications, Vol. 4 No. 11, 2012, pp. 447-451. doi: 10.4236/jemaa.2012.411062.
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