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Non-Interference Pattern Evolving to Interference Pattern --- Cross Double Slit Experiment with Precise Rule of Convex Lens
  • hui peng
hui peng

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The standard interpretation of Young’s double slit experiment is that the light behaves as waves before and after passing through the diaphragm of the double slit. Recently, the photon chamber has been proposed and utilized to study the behavior of photons near the detecting screen. The experiments show that the light behaves as photons propagating along the straight-line trajectories that distribute as waves. Furthermore, the photon chamber placed near the double slit shows the non-interference pattern.
In this article we show how the non-interference pattern evolves gradually to the interference pattern in the same cross double slit experiment: (1) the convex lens is placed at 50 mm from the diaphragm of the cross double slit, the non-interference pattern shows and has four primary maximum intensities (Figure (a)); (2) at 100 mm, the four primary maximum intensities disappeared (Figure (b)); (3) at 200 mm (Figure (c)); (4) at 600 mm, the interference pattern shown (Figure (d)), namely the non-interference pattern evolves to the interference pattern. The optics wave and electromagnetic wave theories cannot interpret this phenomenon and thus, is incomplete. This phenomenon provides information for further theoretical development. The cross double slit experiment is complex than the double slit experiments. We briefly discuss the complexity of the cross double slit experiment and show the comparison of both.