(Solution Download) The photo response of the retina of the human eye


The photo response of the retina of the human eye at low light levels depends on individual photosensitive molecules in rod cells being excited by the incident light. When excited, these molecules change shape, leading to other changes in the cell that trigger a nerve impulse to the brain. How does the photon model of light do a better job than the wave model in explaining how these changes can happen even at low light levels?

 







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