Research Paper | Physics Science | Sweden | Volume 10 Issue 3, March 2021
Does the Photoelectric Effect Really Explain the Emission of Electrons?
Abstract: In this paper the question´s relevance investigates, if there can be an alternative explanation and if experiments are biased by the theory. If 1-9 below deals with the behaviour of mass: 1. E = mc2 2. m = L/c2 3. L = p1-n 4. E = hv 5. Ψ (t, x) = p1-n 6. E = aRb 7. S = ap1-nb 8. aRb = ap1-nb 9. E = mc2 = aRb = hv Then the new interpretation of the photoelectric effect is this formula: a (Ψ (x, t) = p1-n) b Light (L) is moving packages in Nature, which is the relation between a and b, i. e. the structure of b will be changed by R. L has the function of supporting b with packages needed by b. This gives a new interpretation of the photoelectric effect, by introducing the concept Transformer and aRb. The transformation of photons by a Transformer between systems functions only in combination with complimentary particles. Plants are Transformers and make sugar and oxygen by using water, carbon dioxide and light, i. e. the photosynthesis. The conclusion it that light does not exist in isolation, i. e. the photoelectric effect is only valid in laboratory experiments and it is not found in nature. The so-called photoelectric effect is only an imaginary effect, based on invalid postulates and theories of physics and chemistry, but in an artificial laboratory environment it works out.
Keywords: the photoelectric effect, quanta, photons, electrons, flow of packages, alternative explanation
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 3, March 2021,
Pages: 456 - 457
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Thomas Nordstrom, "Does the Photoelectric Effect Really Explain the Emission of Electrons?", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR21308154552, Volume 10 Issue 3, March 2021, 456 - 457, #ijsrnet
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