Light moves at incredibly fast speeds, and it allows us to see everything in the world. What is it made out of? Trace is joined by Debbie Berebichez to explain how light is both a particle and a wave.
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“A quantum enigma has been put to the test once again, but this time physicists have made the experiment smaller than it has ever been.”
Largest Molecules Yet Behave Like Waves in Quantum Double-Slit Experiment
“One of the most famous experiments in quantum physics, which first showed how particles can bizarrely behave like waves, has now been carried out on the largest molecules ever.”
Young’s Double Slit Experiment
“In 1801 Thomas Young was able to offer some very strong evidence to support the wave model of light.”
“Wave–particle duality is a theory that proposes that all matter exhibits the properties of not only particles, which have mass, but also waves, which transfer energy.”
“The double-slit experiment is a demonstration that light and matter can display characteristics of both classically defined waves and particles; moreover, it displays the fundamentally probabilistic nature of quantum mechanical phenomena.”
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