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From accelerators unexpectedly beneath your feet to a ferret that once cleaned accelerator components, here are some lesser-known facts about particle accelerators.
What do all the different parts do in a particle accelerator? Find out what the main parts do in big accelerators around the world like the LHC or Fermilab's Tevatron.
Read how the accelerators at CERN get particles travelling close to the speed of light.
A site which contains lots of information about particles and particle accelerators. Lots of information and a good glossary make this site especially good for post-16 research projects.
Use a salad bowl, some aluminium tape, a pair of scissors, 3 leads with 4mm jacks, 2 crocodile clips, a ping pong ball, some Nickel spray and a Van de Graaff generator to make a model of how ...
Three everyday uses of particle accelerators from improving medical treatments and chocolate to cleaning up oil spills.
A good guide to particle accelerators: why they're used, how they work and the research being done with them.
The cyclotron was one of the earliest types of particle accelerators, and is still used as the first stage of some large multi-stage particle accelerators. It makes use of the magnetic force on a ...
A great article looking at the difference between the LHC and the ILC particle accelerators.
The particle accelerator, its construction, and some of the experiments running on it.
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