Quantum Physics


Cross-Double-Slit Experiment and Delayed-Choice-Cross-Double-Slit Experiment

Authors: Hui Peng

We have performed cross-double-slit experiment and delayed-choice-cross-double-slit experiment, denoted as extended double-slit experiments. The cross-double-slit experiments show that the cross-double-slit apparatus creates not only two interference patterns, but also four cross-interference-patterns, which are created by two double-slit. The delayed-choice-cross-double-slit experiments disclose new phenomena: (1) photons behave as both wave and particle in the same experiment simultaneously, which violate Bohr’s complementarity; (2) the cross-interference-pattern is created by one double-slit and one single-slit; (3) photons passing through the same slit behave as both wave and particle, referred it as the Wave-Particle-Paradox, which demands extensive study. We suggest to re-study wave-particle duality.

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