Consider the double slit experiment; if we position a detector at, say, the left slit, will a single particle, say, an electron, when fired at the slits,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); be detected at the left slit, or will it be detected at the left slit 50% of the time? (so that it is 50% of the time at the right slit)always

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# B Double slit probability question

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