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In a double-slit experiment, interference patterns are shown when lights passlight passes through the slits and illuminate the screen. So, the question is, if one shoots a single photon, does the screen show interference pattern? Or does the screen show only one location that the single photon particle is at?

slit-screen and wave-particle duality

In a double-slit experiment, interference patterns are shown when lights pass through slits and illuminate the screen. So, the question is if one shoots a single photon, does the screen show interference pattern? Or does the screen show only one location that the single photon particle is at?

Slit screen and wave-particle duality

In a double-slit experiment, interference patterns are shown when light passes through the slits and illuminate the screen. So the question is, if one shoots a single photon, does the screen show interference pattern? Or does the screen show only one location that the single photon particle is at?

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In a double-slit experiment, interfernceinterference patterns are shown when lights pass through slits and illuminate the screen. So, the question is if one shoots a single photon, does the screen show interference pattern? Or does the screen show only one location that the single photon particle is at?

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In a double-slit experiment, interfernce patterns are shown when lights pass through slits and illuminate the screen. So, the question is if one shoots a single photon, does the screen show interference pattern? Or does the screen show only one location that the single photon particle is at?

Thanks.

In a double-slit experiment, interference patterns are shown when lights pass through slits and illuminate the screen. So, the question is if one shoots a single photon, does the screen show interference pattern? Or does the screen show only one location that the single photon particle is at?

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slit-screen and wave-particle duality

In a double-slit experiment, interfernce patterns are shown when lights pass through slits and illuminate the screen. So, the question is if one shoots a single photon, does the screen show interference pattern? Or does the screen show only one location that the single photon particle is at?

Thanks.