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Old Mar 23rd 2016, 03:49 PM   #1
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Lightbulb I called a few light material physicists, and they said MAYBE it could be possible to

.... to make a solid opaque element translucent with this light mixing technique.
I called a few light material physicists, and they said MAYBE it could be possible to make a solid opaque element translucent with this light mixing technqiue.
this light mixing technique.
first hit the electron in the atom with any type of EM radiation, or laser with high intensity, (whatever works best)
To get the electron in the atom to the same energy level/shell level of glass, water, and some transparent plastics.
The electron when hit by the EM radiation, is going to be in a higher shell level for a short time.
Now you mix the initial EM you used with RED light, so if you can imagine the first wave of EM radiation is going to hit the electron, then the red light is mixed in with the original EM beam, and then the red light is sent to the electron, after the first EM beam has hit the electron, and the electron has moved to a higher shell level.
that has the lowest energy, so while the electron is in the higher shell level you hit the electron with the red light in a timed millisecond burst, while the electron is in a higher shell level.
Now hopefully the electron with not absorb the red light, and transmission will occur, making the object translucent, by 2% or more.
Do you think this technique could work.
Thank you for your help, anything helps even a few words.
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