In quantum mechanics, the concept of spin is fascinating.
My question revolves around the experimental aspect of this phenomenon. Specifically, I'm curious to know if we have ever measured the quantum spin of a single, individual particle twice in succession.
To clarify, by 'single particle,' I mean the exact same particle, not two identical particles of the same type. I'm not looking for theoretical explanations or predictions, but rather concrete experimental evidence or procedures that have been carried out to address this question.
Has there been any experiment where the spin of the same quantum particle has been measured more than once?