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I think photon is made of two perticles. as the charge of photon is zero, so wemay determine one perticles charge is +ve and another is -ve. the +ve perticles move in the direction of photon.-ve charged particle moved opposite to the photon. for this -ve charged particle the darkness is created. E=M(cxc) again E=M(-cx-c).eyenistines theory is applied.
Yes, it can be mathematically calculated. No, it can't be experimentally calculated. The electron has a mass of 9.11 x 10-28 and 5.1 x 1014 photons can produce the photo-electric effect, then the mass of a photon can be calculated to be 1.8 x 10-42 g.
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