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We Can Isolate The Photons.

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Posted by Duane Eddy on October 26, 2003 02:05:08 UTC

It is not necessary to detect an individual photon.
The photon double slot experiment as I remember it released photons at a time interval large enough make two simultaneous photons extremely unlikely.
The development of the film indicated the distribution.
The force on the film can be calculated and does not need to be measured.

It would be interesting to see this experiment repeated with a particle which has little or no field ( gravity, charge etc.)
Does the wave property occur only in a particle with a field or is it due to another particle property?

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