Here are some of my doubts: (there's quite a number which I couldn't find satisfying ans to, you can choose any qn to ans, thanks in advance)
How close must two wave functions be to be considered an interaction?
Does a wavefunction have a definite domain or does it extend to infinity?
In an electron diffraction experiment setup, there's a big tranparent bulb containing vacuum and fluorescent screen. Why is it that the wavefucntion stays even when light is allowed to passed through it? Wouldn't it collapse midway due to interaction with photons?
if I put detectors on both slit in a double slit experiment and not look at the result but look at the fluorescent screen do I still see double slit interference pattern or 2 bright lines?
if the reason that a macro object doesn't exhibit quantum property is decoherence, does it mean that all the atomic and subatomic particles in the body has collapsed to one state?
It's impossible to get rid of interaction with the environment, so why is it that everything in the universe not undergo decoherence since decoherence occurs upon interaction?