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gnarlan

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Regarding photon "radius", what is the maximum width that two slits can be spaced which still permits the double-slit phenomenon to occur? Would this be a valid method of determining photon "radius"? Additionally, is that maximum width dependent upon frequency or is it the same for all photons?

Relatedly, if at any point beyond the slits, we attempt to observe the photon, we of course lose our interference pattern. But, does the photon that arrives at the photosensitive sheet possesses the same energy-momentum as the "pre-split" photon?

I appreciate any insight from you experimenters our there :) Cheers.