Daniel, Isaac Mumo
Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
March 20, 2012
Magnetic Charge, Uncertainty Relation, Angular Momentum, Refractive Index, Amplification
The product of magnetic and electric charges has been shown to be the Plank’s constant in the unpolarized photon, while in the polarized photon, the product of the corresponding changes in the magnetic and electric charges gives the Plank’s constant for the uncertainty relationship of the charges. Plank’s constant is used to calculate the angular momentum in the spin of photons in the unpolarized and polarized states, and unpolarized and polarized photons are seen to spin at the same angular frequency as angular momentum is shown to depend on frequency of the photons and not on the moment of inertia or the shape of the polarized photon which is similar to intensity of a photon beam. This means perpendicularly polarized photons in the EPR phenomenon remain perpendicularly polarized.