The Realization of Light and Electricity Being Connected, Understanding Ultraviolet Light and the Photoelectric Effect, German Theoretical Physicist Albert Einstein Developing the Concept of Quantums, Einstein’s Discoveries Related to Light, the Copenhagen Interpretation, Einstein’s Critique of the Copenhagen Interpretation and Proving the Theory Incorrect, the Copenhagen Interpretation Proven Correct Mathematically, the Experiment That Proves the Mathematics of the Copenhagen Interpretation, and the Copenhagen Interpretation Proven Both Correct and Incorrect During the Modern Day

Despite being 5500 degrees Celsius, the sun produces very little ultraviolet light, producing mostly white light which is visible. During the end of the 19th century, scientists noticed that when they shined light onto a gold leaf electroscope, electricity could travel between two points more easily which suggested a correlation between light and electricity. Red light would not cause the gold leafs within the gold leaf electroscope to move but blue light rich in ultraviolet light immediately ca...

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