S.B. Karavashkin and O.N. Karavashkina


We have established: the interference pattern that arises in the interaction of a weak electron beam with atomic structures results from the Rutherford scattering of electrons on the dynamic field of an atom, not of the imaginary properties of the electron per se that are premised in the quantum-mechanical formalism.

The modelling that we made completely lifts the problem of wave-particle duality together with discrepancies present in the quantum-mechanical formalism.


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