From the induced Z Boson it loads vibration information for the photon. By preloading this information the electron vibration releases an acoustic vibration called a Phonon. This vibration is perpendicular to the direction of the electron at the preload phase. This is a longitudinal oscillation.
Then the photon vibration is emitted in the direction opposite of the Z Boson. The oscillation Photon is a lateral vibration.
Because the Photon is a electromagnetic vibration, the perpendicular vibration is the Magnon. The Magnon is released with the Photon. The Magnon is a longitudinal oscillation. The Magnon is magnetic.
So we can now account for all the vibrations and their order of output of information. Now it is time to build all the partial differential equations since we now have all the variables identified.