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There is tons of research going on in the nanotechnology field and more specifically on how matter has wave like properties often times. In order to prove that electrons have wave like properties, a series of experiments have to be performed in order to prove it with data. Most research is proving that electrons, neutrons and other molecules have many wave like properties due to how they interact in their environment. The frist reasoning as to why this would happen is because of quantum mechanics. If you were to have non-wave acting object go through two slits then there would two slits of matter hitting against the back. However if this were done with certain types of matter that are so small, they start to act like waves. The only way to understand how this happens is through the two slit experiment. When sending the electrons, they acted like waves once they interfered with each other after going through the slits. (Roger 2013)The only way to depart between how regular matter acts and other matter acts as wave like properties. The way that the scientist (Roger) are able to tell the difference is relatively simply. According to Roger,Waves when sent through two slits, will cause them to cancel out each other, leading to a scattering of the particles. However if you were to send regular matter particles/ or objects , such as gum balls, then they would create a line behind where the slit is. This is because a gum ball is not a nanoparticle nor does it act like a wave. (Roger 2013)”Double-slit Experiment.” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 11 Dec. 2017. Web. 12 Dec. 2017.In the above example, it shows how the electrons go through the double slit and then interfere with each other. If the electrons were not to interfere with each other then there would only be two lines on the screen instead of 5. “It is known that the electrons are completely identical in the double lsits experiments, even their energy must be equal in order to produce a fair interference pattern on the screen” (Orion et al. 2010)There must be an explanation as to why certain matter will act as a wave and certain times the matter will not act as a wave when sent through the slits. In the diagram below you can see on the left there are certain types of matter being sent through the slits. On the left you can tell that the matter almost stayed in a straight projection after going through the slit. This has to do with the matter having wave-like particles or not.Wave Phenomena explains that waves display unique behaviors based on their interactions with the environment. Therefor, the more narrow the slit the more wide range of light you will see. This is because the particles will act as a wave and bounce off each other and blocking out light in some areas. However, matter is considered both a particle and a wave in modern interpretation according to class slides.A recent study shows how carbon display particle and wave like properties/ patterns in the real world. “The probability of an object being able to tunnel depends on its mass. The phenomenon can, for instance, be observed much more easily for light electrons than for relatively heavy carbon atoms.” (Ruhr et al. 2017)”Observation of quantum interference with fullerenes is interesting for various reasons. First, the agreement between our measured and calculated interference contrast suggests that not only the highly symmetric, isotopically pure 12C60 molecules contribute to the interference pattern but also the less symmetric isotopomer variants” (Arndt et al. 1999) Arndt is explaining that the symmetry of the isotopomers can affect to how wide the scatter of the molecules is.Quantum mechanics can often get confused as to why certain things happen. To keep it simple in terms of the 2 slit experiment, if the particle that you’re sending through acts as a wave then it will come through on the other side scattered since there would be interference when squeezing through the slits. “We theoretically demonstrate that Young’s double metallic nanoslit with asymmetrical widths can provide an evident plasmon hybridization phenomenon when spatially separated to as small as ?/2. At a certain wavelength, the optical transmission through the doublet is significantly suppressed with narrow bandwidth but corresponds to a simultaneous enhancement in EM fields within the two slits” (Yang et al. 2013) Yang is saying that when the wavelength is a certain length, it is suppressed. The advancements in the nanotechnology follow along with this experiment. This study represents very well how certain particles change when they are at micro size.