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Double slit experiment with 2 electrons fired from a gun

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Suppose we perform the double slit experiment , but we fire instead 2 electrons instead of 1.

In the double slit experiment performed in the 1920s a interference pattern was observed at the screen which showed the electron-wave nature of any subatomic particle.The particle would start moving as a wave and in the 2 slits due to its wave nature it will interfere with itself producing the diffraction pattern we see at the screen.

However what will happen if we fire 2 electrons which are not entangled with each other and are not described by the same wavefunction?

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