Hello. Just to set things straight this is my first post here and im also a complete nube when it comes to things this confusing. I started reading a book called "the elegant universe" by Brian Greene. So far I think the book is great but im stumped on one part of the book. Its the part when he starts talking about the double slit experment with electrons. I understand that with photons but I get confused when he starts talking about electrons. On how even if you shoot one by one you still get an interference pattern. Im a 10th grade student so im not taught this in school yet but from what I read there are some preety smart people here. I was just woundering if anyone could give me some links(because i dont think anyone wants to tell me exactly how electrons make an interference pattern)on explaining this stuff. I have tried lots of different websites and thier all to hard for me to understand. any help would be great. I just feel like I cant go on in the book untill I understand how electrons make a pattern like the way they do on that photopaper stuff. All I know is that they are a particle and a wave but after that im dead lost.