I think I've asked this question here before but I'm still not clear about the answers. To reiterate, some experts on this forum seem to be of the opinion that wave particle duality doesn't exist anymore and this has been expressed in different threads and in different ways with certain explanations given. So far so good until, that is, one starts searching for more information. Google comes up with page after page of articles on wave particle duality, some from very prestigious journals and organisations. So if wave particle duality doesn't exist why is there so much information about it? I think the problem is that there is not a generally accepted definition of what wave particle duality means so please let me explain what I think duality is about. In a nutshell I think that duality simply expresses the experimentally observed facts that different situations can result in different observations. It's glaringly obvious. Take, for example, an electron. Certain observations made in certain situations can be interpreted as electrons having some characteristics of particles. Observations made in certain other situations can be interpreted as electrons having some characteristics of waves. That's all there is to it and that along with some relevant experiments and the observations made is what is taught in UK schools. So what doesn't exist anymore?