Special relativity and wave-particle duality
A symmetry of Lorentz transformation is proposed for the visualization of the most basic physical landscape derived from special relativity. Although resting on basic arguments, the symmetry shows a close relationship with the wave-particle duality and the existence of two possible states for this physical relation. The Spin and the Abraham‐Minkowski controversy are analyzed regarding these ideas, and a new hypothesis on wave-particle duality is presented.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 07 December 2017
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