LINAC 1

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LINAC 1 was the first particle injection system used within a proton particle beam-accelerator within CERN. Designed during the 1950s the LINAC was first active in 1958-59. Starting in 1964 the LINAC was used to accelerate deuterons continuing to be used for this during the 1970s.[1][2][3] LINAC1 ceased to be used in experiments in 1992.[4]

The LINAC is an additional accelerator utilized in order to provide energy that particles absorb resulting in these having a motion closer to c.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ cern.ch [Retrieval 2011-11-28]
  2. ^ project-ps50 - pdf - HTML [Retrieved 2012-01-06]
  3. ^ B.H.Wolf, K.Leible,P.Spädtke,J.Klabunde,B.Langenbeck,N.Angert,R.A.Gough,J.Staples,R.Caylor,D.Howard,R.MacGill,J.Tanabe,H.Haseroth,C.Hill,P.Tetu,M.Weiss,R.Geller - Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment Volume 258, Issue 1, 15 July 1987, Pages 1-8 [1] doi:10.1016/0168-9002(87)90074-X Copyright © 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved [Retrieved 2011-11-29]
  4. ^ cern.ch [Retrieved 2011-11-28]
  5. ^ Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory .gov & J .Norem - Argonne LOW EMITTION MUON COLLIDER WORKSHOP feb 2006 (MICE) Fermilab [Retrieved 2012-01-07]

External links[edit]

  • cern.ch Retrieved 2011-11-28 .Photograph of the accelerator