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Accelerator physics: in the wake of success

Bingham, Robert (2003) Accelerator physics: in the wake of success. Nature, 424 (6946). pp. 258-259. ISSN 0028-0836

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Abstract

Particle accelerators tend to be large and expensive. But an alternative technology, which could result in more compact, cheaper machines, is proving its viability for the acceleration of subatomic particles.