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DATE

1992-12

AUTHORS

J. Klačka, M. Saniga

ABSTRACT

The problem of the frequency change of light hitting a moving detector from the point of view of an observer who is at rest in the reference frame of an emitter is discussed. It is pointed out that wave and corpuscular characters of light yield different results: a formula analogical to the famous Doppler one is obtained if a wave nature of light is assumed, however, no shift in the frequency is obtained if a corpuscular nature of light is only considered. More... »

PAGES

219-227

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00054054

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