I have a very simple question about the double slit experiment with electrons.
Does some electron does not pass through the slits at all?
All explanations I read about the experiment demonstrate the wave behavior of the electrons that pass the slits and show the wave interference on the screen. But it does not mention if some electron hit the material used to do the slit.
Because I understood that the wave function is about the probability of presence of the electron so it may have a probability that the electron doesn't pass through any slits and hit the material. Is it correct?
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