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Does the Blackbody Radiation Spectrum Suggest an Intrinsic Structure of Photons

@article{Khaneles2017DoesTB,
  title={Does the Blackbody Radiation Spectrum Suggest an Intrinsic Structure of Photons},
  author={Alex Khaneles},
  journal={viXra},
  year={2017}
}
Photons are considered to be elementary bosons in the Standard Model. An assumption that photons are not elementary particles is assessed from an outlook of equilibrium statistical mechanics with insights from computer simulation. 

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