high-energy particle

high-energy particle

[′hī ‚en·ər·jē ′pärd·ə·kəl]
(particle physics)
An elementary particle having an energy of hundreds of megaelectronvolts or more.
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This mill Feruses centrifugal force to generate high-energy particle impact for size reduction, deagglom-ation, densification, and high-intensity mixing.
The CERN, one of the world's leading scientific organisations conducting research on high-energy particle physics since 1954, said Pakistan is the first Asian country to become an associate member of the organisation.
The failure's exact cause remains unknown, but it looks like the converter that delivers power to the onboard computer can't give the electrical kick needed to restart, potentially due to a high-energy particle impact.
The lasers facility, which is to be housed in a nuclear physics research centre in Magurele, a few kilometers south of Bucharest, is part of the wider Extreme Light Infrastructure, ELI-NP, project, designed to push the boundaries of laser-based nuclear physics by coupling a high-energy particle accelerator with a high-power laser.
Over the decades, with the help of increasingly powerful and sophisticated high-energy particle accelerators, scientists have been searching for what atoms are made up of, what the smaller components of atoms are made up of, what the nature of those smaller components is, and so on, Consolmagno said.
This will assist in her next venture, as she is about to leave for Southampton University to study for a masters degree in physics and she hopes to lead a successful career studying high-energy particle physics at the CERN Laboratory in Switzerland.
Unlike asteroids (extraterrestrial chunks made up of rock and minerals), comets sport a tail--jets of gas and vapor that the high-energy particle stream coming from the sun flushes out of their frozen bodies.
Exposure to high-energy particle radiation (HZE) may cause oxidative stress and cognitive impairment in the same manner that seen in aged mice.
Methods used in high-energy particle physics problems traditionally have searched for any departure from a background model; that is, anything that is not a haystack," says Pilla.
schools and bring the frontier of high-energy particle astrophysics to the science classroom,'' he said.
Using the data generated from the high-energy particle showers, which occur roughly once a week, scientists hope to update their theories on the subject.

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