1 electron = 1 photon?

Started Apr 12, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: 1 electron = 1 photon?
In reply to Jack Hogan, Apr 13, 2013

This particular issue is better addressed using the wave model for light.

The electrical component of  the  three-component light wave generates the electrons in the sensor site. The results of frequency and amplitude can be included more conveniently.

I don't see how a real world sensor sire can have QE of 1.0.

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