What is the experimental (*) outcome of a single photon/electron double slit experiment under the constraint that after each detection the detector material is reset to the original state ie, in the limit it is substituted by another detector sheet, or photographic plate.
Of course that the impact positions should be recorded in a computer to construct the accumulated final image.
(*) I will open the question to the theoretical expectations to cover the case of no experiment was found.
I'm not questioning QM, nor theory, nor opinions.
As a reference the single electron double slit configuration is described at Hitachi Lab and here are more details on the setup and the Hamamatsu Photonics (PIAS) detector
From the reactions on other Q/A sites I suspect that this experiment was never done in the conditions I want.
Pro dubio I'm asking.
The answer to this experiment has the potential to classify as probably true, or false, a sentence like this one found in arxiv2010 Beam-splitters don’t have memory: ... by Radu Ionicioiu
In WT a single event (i.e., a photon entering the interferometer) leaves no trace (memory) in the apparatus. The device behaves in the same way for the first event and for event number 10000