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6, a light source emits a photon γ which is subsequently scattered by the N atoms that make the mirror’s surface. Therefore, the detector in the right upper corner will measure an interference pattern similar to the one obtained by Young’s experiment with multiple scattering atoms. 6: Specular reflection as a scattering process: a single photon is simultaneously scattered by all the atoms forming a quantum superposition (the shape and color of the radiated waves are for illustration purposes only, no physical meaning should be given to them).

4 SPECULAR REFLECTION AS A SCATTERING PROCESS The preceding discussion suggests that we can describe specular reflections as a scattering process. 6, a light source emits a photon γ which is subsequently scattered by the N atoms that make the mirror’s surface. Therefore, the detector in the right upper corner will measure an interference pattern similar to the one obtained by Young’s experiment with multiple scattering atoms. 6: Specular reflection as a scattering process: a single photon is simultaneously scattered by all the atoms forming a quantum superposition (the shape and color of the radiated waves are for illustration purposes only, no physical meaning should be given to them).

To simplify the discussion, let us assume that each scatterer is a two level atom. We denote by bi and ei the ground and excited states of atom i, respectively. 4: Young’s interference experiment with two scattering atoms. For this example, the process of photon scattering is extremely simple [92]. The initial system is made of a photon and two atoms in the ground state. The photon is absorbed by one of the atoms, which is sent from the ground to the excited state. Subsequently, the atom emits the photon and goes back to its ground state.