Wave-particle duality and the superposition of quantum mechanical states furnish quantum mechanics with unique features which distinguishes it from classical mechanics and give it the apparently counter-intuition interpretation. The two principles are responsible for the observation of the interference effects of quantum particles such as electrons, atoms and molecules. Visibility is a measure of the wave nature and can be though of as a "normalized" coherence quantifier. Reduction in the visibility arises from dephasing (decoherence): a process in which the relative phases get partially or totally destroyed leading to domination of the particle nature. We calculate the coherence and visibility of an ensemble of a single electron and two electrons on two sites using the density matrix formulation. For such a system of electrons, visibility and predictability (a particle nature measure) follow an oscillatory-complementary temporal evolution and neither of them depends on the single particle energy.