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Posted by Duane Eddy on November 24, 2004 03:18:41 UTC

Richard stated
"If they were actually particles, an interference pattern could not exist."

I would disagree with this statement.

A particle with a EM field ( which an electron must have if it is a particle ) would show an interference pattern.

The field would interfere and the field would in their new state change the path of the particle which is drawn to the highest field density position.

This however may give a way to determine if the particle does exist or not.

If the particle does exist it will not follow the wave density distribution exactly but will curve-toward a high field density area.
This lagging behind in position will cause a small distortion in the wave probability distribution.

Does anyone know if the electron distribution has been studied closely in the double slot experiment?


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