Einstein postulated that light was a particle that retained some of the nature of a wave, and he wasn't far off. He and other legendary scientists like Schrodinger and Bohr led to our understanding of light today.
Enjoy their findings in this second part of a two-part video.
00:00 | Einstein on the Photoelectric Effect
03:40 | Updated Double-Slit Experiment Introduces Conundrum
06:33 | The Rutherford Atomic Model
10:42 | Bohr Updates Rutherford's Model
14:31 | The Schrodinger Equation
16:58 | Wave Function and the Copenhagen Interpretation