Saturday, January 19, 2013

electron light interaction theory

electron light interaction theory (C) RS

metals in particular express an idealised electron net or mesh where free electrons transfer between differing atoms

because metals are not transparent to normal light ( not xray for example )
we can prove basicly that the electrons act in their wave function durring the passage through metals

the reason being that the metal is not transparent to the normal light (red green blue)

however we can prove that lower energy levels interact to differing levels with the electron mesh and the energies from particles (electrons) within the atom ( where electron density is higher and energy absorption options are greater due to the weak and strong force , positive and negative charges etc)

however we can prove the electron web has absorption capacities limited by its energy level limits and thusly is transparent to some forms of light where the atoms themselves are the only absorbers of light.

thusly thin metals can be transparent as in the case of mirrors and mirrored glass

so the energy pattern absorption options available within the field of an atomic matrix , varies with heat , thickness and atomic bonding...

differing materials have differing interactions of electrons and thusly absorbtion and other features are modified by how closly to atoms the electrons are bound and also interaction patterns as with ions and the free electrons assume a common wave pattern across the solide

so that materials layered upon other compounds absorb the wave pattern of the sub layer
as a lake would absorb the wave patterns of a smaller lake connected to it.

so a material will affect another based on closeness and thickness of the materials.

quantum tunnelling has in part been due to the fact that a material that transfers electrons is close to a blocking material and that the wave pattern from absorbing materials and doped materials transfer to the closely meshed materials.

in short one material affects another through wave pattern dominance and sharing.

yours lovingly Rupert S

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