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Tomonobu Nakayama

Bio: Tomonobu Nakayama is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Physics & Angular momentum. The author has co-authored 1 publications.

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05 Jan 2023-Symmetry
TL;DR: In this article , a third angular momentum has been added by twisting the helical path further according to the three-step hierarchical assembly of helical organic nanowires, which converts the dimensionless photon to a hollow spherical photon condensate with interactive dark regions.
Abstract: Photons that acquire orbital angular momentum move in a helical path and are observed as a light ring. During helical motion, if a force is applied perpendicular to the direction of motion, an additional radial angular momentum is introduced, and alternate dark spots appear on the light ring. Here, a third, centrifugal angular momentum has been added by twisting the helical path further according to the three-step hierarchical assembly of helical organic nanowires. Attaining a third angular momentum is the theoretical limit for a photon. The additional angular momentum converts the dimensionless photon to a hollow spherical photon condensate with interactive dark regions. A stream of these photon condensates can interfere like a wave or disintegrate like matter, similar to the behavior of electrons.