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Jul
16
comment Does electromagnetic field collapse the wave function of charged particles?
Sorry I don't understand German... So is the point of your image is that they focused an electron beam using EM field and they still got fringes?
Jul
15
comment Does electromagnetic field collapse the wave function of charged particles?
Can you link the Wiki article that uses these pictures?
Jul
14
revised Does electromagnetic field collapse the wave function of charged particles?
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Jul
14
revised Does electromagnetic field collapse the wave function of charged particles?
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Jul
14
asked Does electromagnetic field collapse the wave function of charged particles?
Jul
11
comment What does a de Broglie wave look like?
So would this mean experimentally that you cannot make a polarization filter for any particles other than photons?
Jul
10
comment Do particles behave like electromagnetic waves?
@yuggib: But it uses electric fields isn't it? I wonder whether slow particles eg. neutrons can be refracted by eg. a glass.
Jul
10
awarded  Custodian
Jul
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Do particles behave like electromagnetic waves?
Jul
10
asked Do particles behave like electromagnetic waves?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
30
accepted Trying to measure travel time of photons in a double slit experiment
Jun
30
comment Trying to measure travel time of photons in a double slit experiment
Not it's all clear. Nature wins again as always.
Jun
30
asked Trying to measure travel time of photons in a double slit experiment
Jun
6
comment What's the relationship between glow and arc discharge?
Ok, now it's clear, thanks! I also stubled upon that analysis but scared by the massive wall of text, so I only scanned through it probably skipping the key information.
Jun
6
accepted What's the relationship between glow and arc discharge?
Jun
5
comment What's the relationship between glow and arc discharge?
Aha, now I understand what causes the arc. But now I'm in doubt, what causes the transition from the dark Townsend-discharge to the glow mode. If I understand it correctly in your description that the Townsend-discharge can turn into arc directly, as it usually does in normal atmospheric pressures. But when it turn into a glow first?
Jun
4
asked What's the relationship between glow and arc discharge?
Jun
3
comment Why does a fluorescent tube-lamp flicker before lighting up?
@AndreasH. In the "flickering type" of lamps it's an arc due to the hot cathode.
Jun
3
answered Why does a fluorescent tube-lamp flicker before lighting up?