**70-7**: Question 70-7 is an exercise in quantum math. Let’s think about the various possibilities, or *states*, we can/should distinguish here.

**1.** We have electrons with spin up or down going from the source to one of the two slits. 863 more words

**70-7**: Question 70-7 is an exercise in quantum math. Let’s think about the various possibilities, or *states*, we can/should distinguish here.

**1.** We have electrons with spin up or down going from the source to one of the two slits. 863 more words

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