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Fig. 1.

The two-slit experiment outcome using dim light with time-lapse photography. In successive images, an interference pattern builds up from particle-like impacts. (Images courtesy of Wolfgang Rueckner, Harvard University Science Center. See Ref. 50 .)

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Fig. 2.

The two-slit experiment outcome using a “dim” electron beam with time-lapse photography. As in Fig. 1 , an interference pattern builds up from particle-like impacts (Reprinted with permission from A. Tonomura, J. Endo, T. Matsuda, T. Kawasaki, and H. Exawa, Am. J. Phys. 57(2), 117–120 (1989).Copyright © 1989 American Association of Physics Teachers)

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