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In a dual-slit photon interference experiment allowing a single photon to emit, would it impact with twice the energy in one region and zero in others? Is it a superposition of probability, or electromagnetics? In the standard wave particle duality (packet of energy vs. EM wave) -- I thought it was the EM wave that interferes... but since the laser's color is unchanged, isn't it actually the probability of path that interferes? Then where does E/M come in?
Re: Does dual slit interference cause distribution of probability or E/M wave?
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