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# virtual photons to real photons

I heard that the the force carriers for magnetic force is photon. Lets take Two magnets. Bring their poles together. Now there are virtual photons between the poles. Now using a carefully carved out diamond so that I can refract the virtual photons and further total internally reflected to some other direction so that they don't reach other poles and virtual photons gets converted to real photons. Now the system has lost some energy, in order to compensate for energy loss the mass of the magnet gets converted to energy and eventually the magnet vaporises. Will it happen?

3 years, 2 months ago

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may be it loses its magnetism and becomes the metal without magnetic property in the end.(guess)

- 2 years, 7 months ago

what if the magnet just loses it magnetism ? (guess)

- 2 years, 7 months ago