On Feb 7, 8:01 am, "Christopher Strevens" <christopher.strev...@hotmail.co_1.uk_1> wrote: > Superconductivity is to do with the electron travelling as a wave > through the lattice of the crystal so that the wavelength fits the > lattice. The lattice has to be cold otherwise lattice vibrations scatter > the electron waves. >
> The electron in an atom has a wavelength that fits the orbit. It's as > simple as that. It is quantised because only harmonics fit the orbit. A > photon is created because the old electron wavelength interferes with > the new one and this vibration makes the photon which is also a wave.
the electron and photon form some sort of alliance that is a geometry. Don't have time to fish that out as yet.