double-slit interference

double-slit interference

[′dəb·əl ¦slit ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
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Figure 2 shows the analog interference fringes and grayscale value of Young's double-slit interference (wavelength [lambda] = 636 nm, width of slits d = 0.002 m, distance between the recording plane and slits D =1 m).
Caption: Figure 2: The interference fringes in grayscale value of Young's double-slit interference.
In the double-slit interference experiment, assume that the laser
The incorrect belief that electrons, as well as photons, pursue sinusoidal paths of various kinds (usually expressed in terms of these entities pursuing straight-line paths at a macroscopic level but actually exhibiting sinusoidal motion at a microscopic level) is one example; another example involves the use of diffraction theory (for both photons and electrons) in order to explain double-slit interference phenomenon, and yet another is the suggestion on the part of one student, that the wavelength of an electron may be computed by dividing the speed of light by its frequency.
I was surprised to read that double-slit interference patterns have been observed with 70-atom fullerenes.
A separate chapter surveys examples, among them the double-slit interference and particle-wave duality, the quantum particle in a square potential well and in a box, and the hydrogen atom.
Finally, we show that this new interpretation of quantum potential provides a convincing reading of some experiments characteristic of atomic physics (double-slit interference, tunnelling).

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