What makes the interference pattern of electrons in the double-slit experiment a non-classical feature?
The probability pattern of every electron being a particle and that of being a wave are different.
For the particle pattern, the left-slit part and the right-slit part of the probability wave do not overlap. The quantum superposition does not cause a (interference) pattern.
This is why the interference pattern is a non-classical feature of the electron double-slit experiment.
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