Quantum Physics


A Plausible Explanation of the Double-Slit Experiment in Quantum Physics

Authors: Constantinos Ragazas

A plausible non-Quantum Mechanical explanation to the double-slit experiment is considered. This is based on the view that globally energy propagates continuously as a wave while locally energy is manifested (measured or observed) in discrete units. The 1989 Tonomura 'single electron emissions' double-slit experiment is used as a backdrop to this discussion.

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[v1] 23 Jan 2010

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