Does the particle statistics have some observational effect on interference (for ex. double slit experiment)? My doubt arises because of following reasoning:
- One particle at a time (Tonomura): Particle statistics won't play any role because we don't have any position to interchange. We get the old interference pattern.
- Many particles at a time: Here lies my issue if we are sending a lot of them together so they are described by a grand wavefunction. This wavefunction is constraint to statistics. How is interference seen in this experiment?