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a collimated flow of particles (atoms or electrons or molecules)

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As it is shown in [7] azimuthal modes (AMs) can be excited by charged particle beams rotating above plasma interface across a strong external steady axial magnetic field.
Industrial applications of pulse power and particle beams," Laser and Particle Beams, Vol.
Would not particle beam weapons be prohibitively expensive?
IT will be the first attempt at circulating a particle beam around a 27km Large Hadron Collider (LHC) underground.
At that time a decision will be made whether to add the particle beam weapon, which will have a range of about several hundred kilometers, to the nation's arsenal.
Yet none of this tangle of kinetic kill vehicles,hypervelocity guns, x-ray lasers, particle beam generators, surveillance satellites, and mirrors is ever shown blowing up a relatively ordinary weapon that could destroy our cities and industries almost as well as ballistic missiles could: bombers.
Giant super cooled magnets will squeeze the particle beam into the circulating tubes which are the circumference roughly of a 50p piece.
Both are carefully synchronized with the travelling particle beam.
Attempting to understand the fundamentals of how objects fracture, UCLA researcher Robert Whetten loads tiny salt crystal "bullets" on a charged particle beam and aims them on a collison course with a wall of graphite.
Accelerated testing in high-energy particle beam tests shows that the SRAMs can be expected to demonstrate a vanishingly small Soft Error Rate (SER) of less than 0.
The LHC reached this beam energy last week, breaking its own particle beam energy record.
Maron is now working with Sandia scientists to adapt his diagnostic methods for use in the powerful ion diode for Sandia's Particle Beam Fusion Accelerator II.
In the fast ignitor scenario a high-energy particle beam, driven by an ultrashort pulse laser, is deposited into a pre-compressed deuterium-tritium (DT) fuel capsule and creates a 'hot spot' with temperature and density parameters suitable for ignition, approximately 10 kiloelectron volts (keV).
The December announcement of particle beam energies in excess of one trillion electron volts made the LHC the world's highest-energy particle accelerator.
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