Volume 6, Issue 4, December 2018, Page: 42-49
Photon Is a Building Block of Matter
Hadi Ensan, Technical College, Technical and Vocational University, Neyshaboor, Iran
Received: Oct. 20, 2018;       Accepted: Nov. 9, 2018;       Published: Dec. 18, 2018
DOI: 10.11648/j.ajop.20180604.11      View  43      Downloads  30
Abstract
As it shown here, photon is another building block of matter. Hydrogen atom is not just a single electron revolving about the positively charged of proton as the nucleus but the proton is covered with a cloud; consist of about 12 thousands of photons. A new look to the difference temperature is presented here as changing the density of photons in the domain of infrared that are named here as the Heat Photons. For example, the number of the Heat Photons should be added to the already exist the other infrared photons in one cubic centimeter of water to raise one Kelvin is obtained here: n= 6.3143313×1020cm-3°K-1. By changing the density of heat photons in any media the temperature within that media is changed. Based on this paper the maximum temperature degree could not be infinitive and estimation of the Maximum Degree of Temperature yields here about one hundred trillion degrees Kelvin (Tmaximum=966.644×1011°K≌1×1014°K) that can be interpreted as the primary and the maximum temperature of the Big Bang moment. It is discussed here the hypothesis of photons affecting to the heat energy that photons are stored or transmitted as the variation of temperature in atoms and molecules. Foods and all biological forms are storages and capacitors of photons. Burning all kinds of materials is interpreted here as the realization of stored photons to the environment. The Specific Heat Capacity of substances is discussed as the capacity of storing heat photons. Then the Specific Heat Capacity of Atoms is introduced for showing how some of the molecules like water (acts as the agent of preventing fast variation of temperature in biologic bodies) and sugars like sucrose with chemical formula of C12H22O11 are storage of photons that trapped by Chlorophyll from sun rays or other light sources.
Keywords
Photon as a Building Block, Temperature as the Photon Density, Maximum Temperature
To cite this article
Hadi Ensan, Photon Is a Building Block of Matter, American Journal of Optics and Photonics. Vol. 6, No. 4, 2018, pp. 42-49. doi: 10.11648/j.ajop.20180604.11
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