I was wondering if there is any interference between two lasers shot at the same time through a double slit.
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You refer to two lasers, one blue and one green. They will not interfere. The light received at a detector from one of the lasers will be the same whether or not light from the other laser is present.
The constructive and destructive interference of light is a classical concept that was used to explain the wave like pattern observed. In truth photons do not cancel each other, this would be a violation of the concept of conservation of energy. What is observed in the more modern Quantum Optics explanation is that bright spots are where photons are more frequent and dark spots are where there are no photons. The wave nature of light requires that light take certain paths that are n multiples of its wavelength, Feynman theory. You would see some overlap as the photons behave quite independently based on their wavelength.