Study on the Diffraction-like and Interference-like Mechanisms of Particle Flow

  •  Jiqing Zeng    
  •  Tianhe Zeng    


This paper demonstrates that the light and dark fringe in Young's double-slit experiment is not actually the diffraction and interference pattern of light wave. We investigate the scattering phenomenon after the particle flow passes through the gaps and find that the scattering type and scattering degrees of freedom of the particle flow depend on the physical parameters of the particles and the gaps. When the particle flow undergoes uniform scattering, a uniform "yes" and "no" interspersed discrete distribution pattern will form on the receiving screen. Based on the diffraction-like and interference-like mechanism of particle flow, this paper explains the electron diffraction and interference experiment, as well as the Young's double-slit interference experiment and the diffraction of light through circular holes and plates. This article provides an in-depth discussion on Einstein's concept of wave particle duality and de Broglie's matter wave hypothesis, as well as an analysis of Feynman's experimental idea of electron double slit interference. Our research shows that the matter wave hypothesis is not valid, which has shaken the foundation of modern quantum mechanics and has significant scientific significance. In addition, this study has important application value for the development of technology for detecting and analyzing particles or gaps.

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  • ISSN(Print): 1916-9639
  • ISSN(Online): 1916-9647
  • Started: 2009
  • Frequency: semiannual

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