Is an electron a particle or a wave? The position of the electron itself in the general system of reality is such that it is everywhere in the material world.
We can say that it will exist regardless of whether we see it as observers of the three-dimensional world or not.
According to quantum physics, the presence of an electron in the state of a particle depends on the act of measurement or observation.
In other words, an unmeasured and unobserved electron behaves not as a particle, but as a wave.
In this case, there is a whole field of probabilities for it, since it is here and now in many places at the same time, i.e. in a state of superposition.
In this case, despite the fact that the electron occupies a multiple position, it will be the same electron and the same wave.
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