Problem: What happens to the interference pattern that results from the diffraction of electrons passing through two closely spaced slits if the rate of electrons going through the slits is decreased to one electron per hour?

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What happens to the interference pattern that results from the diffraction of electrons passing through two closely spaced slits if the rate of electrons going through the slits is decreased to one electron per hour?

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