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Research Paper | Physics Science | China | Volume 10 Issue 5, May 2021
Rotational Light Clocks and Visualization of Spins
Abstract: Rotational light clocks are invented, and their behaviors are investigated. A light clock is abstracted as a system composed of two distinct points that represent the top and bottom mirrors. For a two-dimensional rotational light clock, the top and bottom mirrors rotate around a common point that is not between the two mirrors. For a three-dimensional rotational light clock, it is always perpendicular to two planes on which the two mirrors conduct circular motions. The three-dimensional rotational light clock is used to do visualization of the spin of particles. It is possible for the three-dimensional rotational light clock to cause no time dilation if the angular velocity takes some quantized values.
Keywords: rotational light clock, mirror, angular velocity, quantized value, visualization, spin of particles
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 5, May 2021,
Pages: 733 - 736
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