Assuming an electron is moving along a path with constant velocity. According to the square modulus of it’s wave function, it has lower probability to be present at points A and B and higher probability at point C. Then should we expect the average electric force induced by another charged particle be less effective in the areas that electron is less present than the peaks? In other words, in double slit experiment with a charged particle, should we expect stronger force interactions in the peaks compared to the valleys- where particle is less likely to be present?
PS: to avoid the second charged particle’s effect on the wave function, let’s assume the second particle appears instantaneously from vacuum or just shows up to the proximity from distance. Just to eliminate its effect on the test particle’s wave function.