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double-slit interference

[′dəb·əl ¦slit ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
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These are best illustrated by the double-slit experiment and its many variations (7).
For instance, take the famous double-slit experiment - a subatomic equivalent of (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOYyCHGWJq4) Erwin SchrAaAaAeA dinger dead (or alive) cat .
Light in particular had already been shown by (among others) Thomas Young, through his famous double-slit experiment, to be a wave.
The classic double-slit experiment is simple to execute, requiring only a coherent light source such as a laser pointer, a screen and a plate with two thin parallel slits.
The goal of the present paper is to present the Broglie-Bohm pilot wave through the study of the three most important experiments of quantum measurement: the double-slit experiment which is the crucial experiment of the wave-particle duality, the Stern and Gerlach experiment with the measurement of the spin, and the EPR-B experiment with the problem of nonlocality.
He used a double-slit experiment as proof that a particle's behavior can be altered by a person's perception of it.
This name corresponds to the famous double-slit experiment in which a single photon can be found in two different places at the same time.
An important basic concept behind the investigators' innovation derives from Young's double-slit experiment, which you may recall from your elementary-physics classes.
Lanza's life and descriptions of famous physics experiments, including the classic double-slit experiment that involves firing tiny particles at a barrier with two holes.
He covers quants, including events and moving equations, the double-slit experiment, the lepton Hamiltonian, rotations of systems, masses and the one-mass state, and gauge fields, including electroweak fields (the bi-mass state, neutrinos, and electroweak transformations), gluon fields (rotation of the Cartesian frame, quarks and gluons) and gravity fields.
Since 1979, the quantum potential approach (thank to the contributions, above all, of Philippidis, Dewdney, Hiley, and Vigier) has explained, in visualizable terms, many experimental results (for example, classic double-slit experiment, tunnelling, trajectories of two particles in a potential of harmonic oscillator, EPR-type experiments, experiments of neutron-interferometry).
It is this phase that is responsible for the wave-like behaviour of matter (as, for example, in the famous double-slit experiment).

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