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- Is there interference from opposite directions of possible

propagation of a photon?

A quantum dot is placed in a line between two optic fibers

The dot can emit a photon in every direction which is unknown.

If the fibers are combined at a beamsplitter would there be interference if the photon

is not observed outside the fibers?

Do you know if somebody made such experiment?

Thanks anyone for considerations.

The dot can emit a photon in every direction which is unknown.

If the fibers are combined at a beamsplitter would there be interference if the photon

is not observed outside the fibers?

Do you know if somebody made such experiment?

Thanks anyone for considerations.

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