What are the implications of wave-particle duality on destructive interference?

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I understand the wave side of things, one waves peak meets another waves trough. But photons can also behave like particles, so how does that work in destructive interference? Do two photons meet and anilate each other? If so where does the energy go?

Posted Sun 7th April, 2013 @ 14:05 by Gavin