Volume 19: Pages 161-168, 2006
Special Relativity and the Exchange Phenomenon
Abdul L. Bhuiyan
Box 13, Head Post Office, Comilla 3500 Bangladesh
Both the phenomenon of the exchange of force‐carrying particles between two interacting objects and the process of exchange of positions between two extranuclear electrons during emission of X‐ray photons, occurring in one‐dimensional boxes, are independent of the uniform rectilinear motion of the boxes with respect to outside observers at rest, indicating that mixing of relativistic kinematics and nonrelativistic quantum mechanics is possible. An X‐ray photon is actually a bundle of two photons of energy 0.51 MeV each. The space‐time quantization of the mass, energy, etc., of a particle shows that space and time do not disappear with the disappearance of objects.
Keywords: quantization of space and time, space‐time quantization of physical properties, space‐time cells, strong force of interaction, weak force of interaction, disappearance of objects, composition of total energy of a photon, internucleonic interaction, interatomic interaction, relativistic kinematics, quantum mechanics
Received: November 29, 2001; Published online: December 15, 2008