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8 Wave-like behaviour and the Bragg experiment 27 and a plate P . On taking the average potential of the ﬁlament as zero, one ‘inserts’ in between F and P an electromotive force V − ε and a weak electromotive force ε in between G and P . A galvanometer, which is inserted in the circuit of P , makes it possible to measure the current at P and to study its variation as V is increased. Such a current is due to the electrons which, emitted from the ﬁlament, are attracted towards the grid, where they arrive with a kinetic energy T = eV , unless inelastic collisions occur.
The curves show in general two sets of maxima, and the crests in the azimuth curves are usually not pronounced. (iii) In the third method of observation, the position of the collector is ﬁxed in one of the principal azimuths at one after another of a series of colatitude angles, and at each such setting the current to the collector is observed as a function of the bombarding potential. Although it is impossible to keep the current constant in the incident beam, one can ﬁx the current to the second plate.
It is clear that bright fringes result from the arrival of several photons, whereas no photons arrive where dark fringes are observed. It therefore seems that the various photons interact with each other so as to give rise, on plate L, to an irregular distribution of photons, and hence bright as well as dark fringes are observed. If this is the case, what is going to happen if we reduce the intensity of the light emitted by S until only one photon at a time travels from the source S to the plate L?