electron accelerator


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electron accelerator

[i′lek‚trän ak′sel·ə‚rād·ər]
(nucleonics)
A device which accelerates electrons to high energies.
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On the other hand, high energy electron accelerators with GeV beam energies have been utilized as synchrotron light sources generating short wavelength radiations in a wide range of sciences, such as material, chemical, biological, medical and industrial sciences.
Still, he adds, the potential of 1,000-fold shrinkage for electron accelerators could open the way for a new generation of affordable, miniaturized accelerators.
Established in 1962, SLAC has won numerous awards including three Nobel prizes in physics while pursuing its mission to design, construct and operate state-of-the-art electron accelerators and related experimental facilities for high-energy physics and synchrotron radiation research.
Heating systems for the construction of a laboratory building to accommodate a 50 MeV electron accelerator.
Coating of floors, walls and ceilings for the construction of a laboratory building to accommodate a 50 MeV electron accelerator.
The idea of a laser electron accelerator goes back to 1979, when Tajima and John M.
Main features: The work program to achieve is: -Build an extension of 900 square meters for the installation of an ionization station implementing the single electron accelerator in the world) (Rhodotron combining high energy and power.
As water flows through the beam of an electron accelerator, its energetic charged particles initiate chemical reactions that destroy organic compounds.
Using a new electron accelerator known as ELSA, researchers at the University of Bonn in Germany have also obtained strong indications of proton deformation.
In the context of the Cluster of Excellence PRISMA an energy back winning electron accelerator (MESA) is built at the Institute for Nuclear Physics in Mainz.
Physicists who want to study the way quarks behave inside the nucleus are waiting for the construction of a powerful yet precise new electron accelerator in Newport News, Va.