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Which-way detector unlocks some mystery of the double-slit experiment

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Geplaatst op 21 januari 2011 - 13:59


(PhysOrg.com) -- One of the greatest puzzles of the double-slit experiment ľ and quantum physics in general ľ is why electrons seem to act differently when being observed. While electrons traveling through a barrier with two slits create interference patterns when unobserved, these interference patterns disappear when scientists detect which slit each electron travels through. By designing a modified version of the double-slit experiment with a new "which-way" electron detector at one of the slits, a team of scientists from Italy has found a clue as to why electron behavior appears to change when being observed

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