sir, what if we use Heisenberg's uncertainty principle to explain double slit experiment?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

i was reading about uncertainty principle for last few days n i was reading about double slit experiment and i realize that we can explain why we get electrons everywhere on the screen (getting interference i think can be explained using wave function or something similar to it which will be a mathematical model) rather then getting 2 bands... as we are using narrow slits we can find position of electron wid accuracy which results in uncertainty in momentum..as width of the of the slit is narrow bt nt height which implies uncertainty in momentum in the direction the width increases.

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# Uncertainty principle and double slit

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