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A simple page giving short but clear details on bubble chamber particle detectors.
Device for detecting charged particles and other radiation by means of tracks of bubbles left in a chamber filled with liquid hydrogen or other liquefied gas.
A good explanation of early particle detectors: cloud and bubble chambers. Aimed at A level students.
A brief history of the invention of the bubble chamber, one of the earliest particle detectors.
Who doesn't like bubbles? Learn how to make the best bubble mix and pick up some fun ideas for making all different sorts of bubbles.
Description of the first particle detector of its type at Brookhaven in which the chamber through which the particles passed was surrounded by a superconducting magnet.
Introduction to earlier particle detectors including nuclear emulsions, cloud, bubble, and multiwire chambers.
A mathematical explanation of bubbles.
Find out how the properties of light waves give bubbles their colour.
In 1960 the Nobel Prize was awarded to Donald Glaser for designing the Bubble Chamber as a detector for use in nuclear physics. This is the presentation speech which gives an overview of the ...
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