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  1. #1 The Thermodymanics laws in photon 
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    Can the photon follows the second law of thermodynamic? How?

    I am making (supposing) these conditions with the objective to reducing variables:

    1. The first condition is the temperature of a particle traveling at light speed.

    I supposed 0 Kelvin, because if the particle moves or vibrates, or both, the summation of velocity will be its lineal velocity (light speed) plus his vibration; then it will be, in probabilistic situations, more than light speed. Still can not find this course in a book, but i heared it from a good search.

    2. Any interaction between the photon and the environment will change his... wavelength?, but, how can not changes its velocity (that is impossible of course), or its mass?

    If the medium is a hot solid, it is radiating by its temperature, i think the physic properties of photon can change. If that happened, the basis for the calculations need to be reviewed.

    3. During his shift, the photon does not reduce their energy until they interact with the environment.

    What happens to the centripetal forces generated by the photon when it moves in a ripple? If its change of direction is exercised by a superior force to the centripetal force, can this be measured or detected by the same photon radiation at the point at which the direction of their movement is parallel to the displacement of all wave?

    if the particle radiates energy in that point, its energy must be lesser. Really, i do not think it's happen.


    I am working in a photovoltaic project investigation from my university, and the higher costs makes more difficult the process to launch the project, so, my work is the investigation in the theory and physical information to explain to almost all people of administration, rectorate, engineering school... and then... they will aprove the project.

    The good understanding of my job will help me in my investigation. I am not physicist, neither chemical, y hope you can help me, and i will share you my experience in labs.

    I have more questions, as far as my mind is cleared up, I will be writing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Openknowledge
    Can the photon follows the second law of thermodynamic? How?

    I am making (supposing) these conditions with the objective to reducing variables:

    1. The first condition is the temperature of a particle traveling at light speed.

    I supposed 0 Kelvin, because if the particle moves or vibrates, or both, the summation of velocity will be its lineal velocity (light speed) plus his vibration; then it will be, in probabilistic situations, more than light speed. Still can not find this course in a book, but i heared it from a good search.

    2. Any interaction between the photon and the environment will change his... wavelength?, but, how can not changes its velocity (that is impossible of course), or its mass?

    If the medium is a hot solid, it is radiating by its temperature, i think the physic properties of photon can change. If that happened, the basis for the calculations need to be reviewed.

    3. During his shift, the photon does not reduce their energy until they interact with the environment.

    What happens to the centripetal forces generated by the photon when it moves in a ripple? If its change of direction is exercised by a superior force to the centripetal force, can this be measured or detected by the same photon radiation at the point at which the direction of their movement is parallel to the displacement of all wave?

    if the particle radiates energy in that point, its energy must be lesser. Really, i do not think it's happen.


    I am working in a photovoltaic project investigation from my university, and the higher costs makes more difficult the process to launch the project, so, my work is the investigation in the theory and physical information to explain to almost all people of administration, rectorate, engineering school... and then... they will aprove the project.

    The good understanding of my job will help me in my investigation. I am not physicist, neither chemical, y hope you can help me, and i will share you my experience in labs.

    I have more questions, as far as my mind is cleared up, I will be writing.
    You need to read a good book on modern physics that includes introductions to both quantum mechanics and special relativity. Your understanding is pretty garbled. If the administration is on the ball, they will not approve the project.

    Some possibilities:

    Principles of Modern Physics -- Robert Leighton

    The Feynman Lectures on Physics -- Feynman, Leighton and Sands

    Concepts of Modern Physics -- Beiser


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    My fear is not the administration, but the view of physics professors and engineers...

    Concepts of Modern Physics -- Beiser... I know where i can find it. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Openknowledge
    My fear is not the administration, but the view of physics professors and engineers...
    Probably with good reason.

    Did you ever stop to think that physicists and engiineers hold their views regarding science for a good cause ?

    Go read Beiser. What you are saying makes no sense.
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