particle accelerator


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Housed hundreds of feet underground at the French-Swiss border, LHC - presently the world's largest and most powerful particle accelerator - is currently undergoing a one-week technical stop for maintenance.
MHI) succeeding to MHI's operations in hydraulics & machinery and particle accelerators, will commence operations under its new business structure on October 1.
The FAIR particle accelerator is expected to be completed in 2018, when it will be one of the largest research facilities in the world.
LHC, RHIC, Tevatron), particle accelerators are used in a large variety of applications, including particle therapy for oncological purposes, and as synchrotron light sources for fields such as condensed matter physics.
It is expected to pave the way for a brand new type of particle accelerator - particularly more mobile ones to be used in hospitals.
Starting up a particle accelerator requires a lot of precision monitoring and data acquisition.
The Particle Accelerator Science and Technology Technical Committee of the IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society has announced the lifetime achievement Award for Particle Accelerator Science and Technology for 2005.
As an example, Posner cited a type of particle accelerator, such as the one at Brookhaven National Laboratory in Long Island.
The new elements, numbers 113 and 115 on the periodic table, were created very briefly fast summer in a particle accelerator in Dubna, Russia, and their existence must be confirmed by more testing.
By launching well-known images at each other as if the space of art were a kind of semantic particle accelerator, he creates a void of meaning from which new constellations, even little stories, flare up unexpecte dly and briefly.
In 1932, however, Cockcroft and Walton, who had devised the first particle accelerator (see 1929), used protons from such an accelerator to bombard lithium nuclei.
The scientists we meet spend a lot of time trading clever quips with their Nobel laureate colleagues and flying around to sexy places like Switzerland, to check on the particle accelerator, or Sweden, to pick up The Prize.
Contract notice: Extension of the particle accelerator.
Virtual visitors can "walk" through a tunnel housing part of the collider's 27-kilometer-long particle accelerator.