CIÈNCIES PER AL MÓN CONTEMPORANI
Batelaan of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, together with colleagues
there and at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo,
Canada, now say that they have created a double-slit experiment that
follows the precise methodology of Feynman’s thought experiment. The
intensity of the electron source was set so low that only about one
electron per second was detected – which ensured that only one electron
at a time would ever pass through the slits. At this rate it took about
two hours for a pattern to build up on the detector – a process that was
recorded in real time.
By Hamish Johnston, editor of physicsworld.com
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