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  1. timemachine2

    Can em waves that traverse solid materials, change to become em waves that get absorb

    Can em waves that traverse solid materials, change to become em waves that get absorbed by electrons, if the material is heated up, or cooled to freezing temperatures. Heating, and freezing a solid material the em waves traverse through, does have an effect on how electrons absorb em waves...
  2. timemachine2

    Why do some em waves get absorbed by electrons and some em waves do not, like visible

    Why do some em waves get absorbed by electrons and some em waves do not, like visible light gets absorbed, but radio waves get transmission? What is so unique about visible light photons, for electrons to absorb them, and other em waves. But radio waves traverse solid matter. What's the...
  3. timemachine2

    Are there any electromagnetic waves that traverse solid matter, while the photos also

    Are there any electromagnetic waves that traverse solid matter, while the photos also get absorbed by electrons. Is there a slight absortion? .... by some of the photons, when they hit the electrons in the atom, as they pass through say a solid piece of matter. So with all the waves in the...
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    Can EM waves like radio waves that can traverse solid matter, be combined/mixed with

    Can EM waves like radio waves that can traverse solid matter, be combined/mixed with other EM waves to become EM waves that get absorbed by? - electrons. Also can EM waves that traverse, if certain EM waves are mixed together, say three em waves combined into a single beam, as the EM waves...
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    Can any invisible EM waves that get absorbed by electrons pass through solid matter.?

    Can any invisible EM waves that get absorbed by electrons pass through solid matter.? Can any invisible EM waves that get absorbed by electrons pass through solid matter. Question 1. If you mixed any invisible EM waves, like X-rays , gamma waves, ultraviolet waves ,and micro waves with radio...
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    Can the wavelength, and frequency of any EM wave

    be increased, or decreased, as the waves pass through a solid four inch cubed block of material like black carbon. This could be done with radio waves, but I am thinking of mixing invisible EM waves together, so that waves pass through the block, while photons get absorbed by electrons, and the...
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    Can any INVISIBLE EM waves get electrons in solid matter, to

    -the same energy levels in glass. As they pass through the solid opaque matter.? So as Invisible EM waves like radio, X-rays, and gamma waves pass through say a 4 inch cubic block of black solid carbon. Do you think by mixing EM waves, and reducing, or increasing frequency, and wavelength you...
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    Is it possible to combine invisible EM waves together to pass through a object, while

    Is it possible to combine invisible EM waves together to pass through a object, while also making the electrons in the object absorb, and? -emission. So the invisible electromagnetic waves are mixed together, you could mix up to 4 together, and adjust the wavelength, and frequency to be just...
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    By mixing 3 types of invisible electromagnetic waves, as they pass through a solid ob

    -ject, could the waves raise the electron to a shell level that is the same as glass, so that light cannot be absorbed, to make the object translucent, or transparent. Is it possible for any invisible EM waves, like radio waves, ultraviolet soft, or hard X- Rays, or gamma rays, to be combined...
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    Is it possible for any invisible EM waves, like radiowaves, ultraviolet soft, or hard

    Is it possible for any invisible EM waves, like radio waves, ultraviolet soft, or hard X- Rays, or gamma rays, to be combined with other types of EM waves to be able to move electrons in the carbon block, to a shell level that does not absorb visible light, like in glass. So you mix invisible EM...
  11. timemachine2

    Can any INVISIBLE EM waves get electrons in solid matter, to the same energy levels i

    n glass. As they pass through the solid opaque matter. So as Invisible EM waves like radio, X-rays, and gamma waves pass through say a 4 inch cubic block of black solid carbon. Do you think by mixing EM waves, and reducing, or increasing frequency, and wavelength you could get the electrons...
  12. timemachine2

    Can you explain how light would behave as it passes through solid opaque matter in th

    -is specialized way by mixing light EM wavelengths. So you want to get solid opaque matters electrons to the same electron energy levels of glass. You use any EM, or laser light (with more intensity) to get the electrons in the solid matter to the same energy levels as glass. So for the first...
  13. timemachine2

    How much does light penetrate through a solid material in microns.

    How much does light penetrate through a solid material in microns. There more than a million atoms in the width of a human hair, so with...light shining on the hair how many single atoms in a line, would the light traverse through, or maybe the better word to use is scatter through. The light...
  14. timemachine2

    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...
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    Would any solid element be invisible/transparent if you could stop electrons from abs

    Would any solid element be invisible/transparent if you could stop electrons from absorbing, and emission light photons. So try to imagine light basically just passing through a solid element through the atoms, but there are no electrons, orbiting the atoms, or you could somehow stop the...
  16. timemachine2

    Can any element have the electron energy levels of glass.

    I am hoping that electrons in any element have can have energy levels, or shell levels that do not excite photons of light, like in glass, and other transparent materials. Maybe you could use laser light with a certain intensity to get the electron to the shell level you wanted, the shell level...
  17. timemachine2

    In this experiment by mixing EM, with light, could any solid element, become transpa

    -rent like glass. ;DLight does not have the energy to excite electrons in glass. So take any other opaque element hit it with UV rays, or any other EM radiation, whatever works best to excite the electron to the energy/shell level that will not excite RED light. Then mix the EM wave you used...
  18. timemachine2

    How does light interact, and travel through Solid matter as matter gets thicker, in w

    How does light interact, and travel through Solid matter as matter gets thicker, in width.? In the absorption, and emission process of light, hitting electrons, I do not really understand that much, about electron energy levels, and how they change when a lot of atoms become molecules, and...
  19. timemachine2

    Could mixing light wavelengths effect absorption, and emission process.

    The electron when hit by light moves to a higher shell level very briefly, to either shell 1, or 2 depending on the energy of the light wavelength. So because you mixed any EM radiation, with red light which has the lowest energy, could when light, or other EM waves gets absorbed, and the...
  20. timemachine2

    Silicon has three energy levels, sodium,has three energy levels, and calcium has four

    ...energy levels, but there is no info for the eV of the electrons as it the electron moves to higher shell levels, after the electron absorbs light, or other EM waves.? these are the electron energy levels of hydrogen. Energy 1 -13.6 eV 2 -3.4 eV 3 -1.51 eV 4 -.85 eV 5 -.54 eV But what are...