The experiment goes as follows: Put a particle emitter (photon, electron etc.) between a pair of double slits. The emitter launches pairs of particles that are entangled in such a way that if one ...
Just wondering, what would happen in this experiment. In the experiment you would first have two entangled particles. Then you fire one of the particles, lets say "Particle A", at a double slit ...
Does quantum entanglement consist only of 2 matter that are connected by each other? And what is the connection between the observer and the matter that is being fired? I'm not a physicist though ...
I was just reading about quantum entanglement and the example was the Double-Slit Quantum Eraser Experiment. Then this was used as a basis for saying that particles might be half a universe apart and ...
My understanding is that in a double-slit experiment, quantum interference disappears if which-path information is available. How is available defined? Consider the following experiment: SPDC is used ...
"Photons act like they go through two paths, even when we know which they took". Please refer the above link and its conclusion. I am an Engineer. What I infer from this is :- This proves ERP. ...
Is the double slit experiment an example of entanglement when it seems as if the photon is going through both slits? Or put another way, is it at this stage when we attempt measurement we see a photon ...
How do electrons interact if one of them had just exited the two slits of the double-slit experiment?
Consider the following experiment: a double-slit set-up for firing electrons one at a time. Let's now add a second electron (orange), which is fired parallel to the first one, but in the opposite ...