1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data If the two slits in a two-slit interference experiment were so far apart that their diffraction patterns did not overlap, would the pattern displayed be consistent with a particle model of light? 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I said that it would not, since there would be diffraction of each individual slit's pattern (meaning each would look like a bunch of concentric circles). My professor said that it would be consistent with the particle model of light, but I couldn't really understand his explanation. It's my understanding that in the particle model of light, the light from each slit would then just be a concentrated thing of light without diffraction, so I may be wrong there, but either way, can someone please explain this?