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I am not being to accept the fact that electron has both wave nature as well as particle nature.could u please explain it to me?actually i want to know what exactly a wave is??

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Young’s aforementioned experiment in which a parallel beam of monochromatic light  is passed through a pair of narrow parallel slits has an electron counterpart. In Young’s original experiment, the intensity of the light varies with direction after passing through the slits (Figure 5B). The intensity oscillates because of interference between the light waves emerging from the two slits, the rate of oscillation depending on the wavelength of the light and the separation of the slits. The oscillation creates a fringe pattern of alternating light and dark bands that is modulated by the diffraction pattern.


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