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What does "Quaternion Quantum Mechanics" say about the famous double-slit experiment?

Does it make the same quantitative prediction as standard [Complex] Quantum Mechanics?

Can anyone provide a specific reference?

I just checked out my library's copy of Stephen Adler's (1995) "Quaternionic Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Fields"... looking for a statement about this... but I haven't found it yet. I might start tracing back through the various references... Finkelstein-Jauch (1960s), Birkhoff-vonNeumann (1930s),can you suggest any others?

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# Double-Slit experiment in Quaternion Quantum Mechanics?

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