Item #29036 “Experimental Realization of Wheeler’s Delayed-Choice Gedanken Experiment” (Science 315 No. 5814 pp. 966–968, February 6, 2007). Vincent Jacques, E. Wu, Frederic Grosshans, Francois Treussart, Philippe Grangier, Alain Aspect, Jean-Francois Roch.
“Experimental Realization of Wheeler’s Delayed-Choice Gedanken Experiment” (Science 315 No. 5814 pp. 966–968, February 6, 2007)
“Experimental Realization of Wheeler’s Delayed-Choice Gedanken Experiment” (Science 315 No. 5814 pp. 966–968, February 6, 2007)

“Experimental Realization of Wheeler’s Delayed-Choice Gedanken Experiment” (Science 315 No. 5814 pp. 966–968, February 6, 2007).

Washington DC: National Association for the Advancement of Science, 2007. Wraps. First Edition. 897-1036 pp. 4to. Magazine with mailing label and light scuffing from shelf wear. Very Good.
Archibald Wheeler (1911–2008) made the first proposal for a delayed choice double-slit experiment in 1978. The experiment involved a removable detector screen behind the slits, and two telescopes behind the screen—one aimed at one slit and one at the other. The movable screen was far enough behind the slits so that it could be removed after the light passed through the slit(s) but before it arrived at the screen (hence the name “delayed choice”). Wheeler’s experiment was finally carried out in 2007 by Alain Aspect and his colleagues and it demonstrated the predicted result.
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