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The properties of How can atoms be influenced by light?

I was watching a SciShow video "Most dangerous Chemicals". It said that a compound called Azidozide azide explodes on being exposed to light. My question is: how does the the atom feel light. Heat can be felt  ( letlet us not go into the philosophical question why do we feel warm while standing below the sun) and can excite molecules. How can light excite molecules?

The properties of light

I was watching a SciShow video "Most dangerous Chemicals". It said that a compound called Azidozide azide explodes on being exposed to light. My question is: how does the the atom feel light. Heat can be felt( let us not go into the philosophical question why do we feel warm while standing below the sun) and can excite molecules. How can light excite molecules?

How can atoms be influenced by light?

I was watching a SciShow video "Most dangerous Chemicals". It said that a compound called Azidozide azide explodes on being exposed to light. My question is: how does the the atom feel light. Heat can be felt  (let us not go into the philosophical question why do we feel warm while standing below the sun) and can excite molecules. How can light excite molecules?

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The properties of light

I was watching a SciShow video "Most dangerous Chemicals". It said that a compound called Azidozide azide explodes on being exposed to light. My question is: how does the the atom feel light. Heat can be felt( let us not go into the philosophical question why do we feel warm while standing below the sun) and can excite molecules. How can light excite molecules?