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Two measurements on one electron at nearly the sametime but different place

  1. Mar 3, 2010 #1
    Hi,all. My problem is:

    viewed theoretically.

    The probability of finding an electron is none zero in everywhere.

    experiments:

    observer1 found the electron in positionA at t=0,

    observer2 is at positionB which is L (distance) away from positionA, then at t<L/c, observer2 opens his microscope try to find that electron.

    What if repeat this experiments many times until observe2 found it? wh=ould this really can happen?

    PS: After observer1 found it, he ''put'' the electron back in order to reverse the collapsed wavefunction. Also, use electron is for the sake of the example, so dont say the electron can not be labeled, I could use someother particle instead.


    Thanks in advance
     
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