As mentioned in a previous post, electrons behave differently than regular-sized objects like tennis balls. While tennis balls go where they’re thrown, it’s difficult to say in advance where an electron is going. However, when a certain machine repeatedly throws electrons at a wall, one at a time, through a vertical opening, there’s a pattern. Any given electron is likely to end up in one of several vertical bands.
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