Experimental work on the largest synchrocyclotron in the world has begun at the Leningrad Physics-Technical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR.
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Background: Experimental work on the largest synchrocyclotron in the world has begun at the Leningrad Physics-Technical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. The energy of the aggregate is equal to a billion electronvolt. The synchrocyclotron is a super powerful generator which allows to carry out research work in the field of physics of high energies and to study the structure and the interaction of elementary fractions. Another experiment is to be begun. Preparations for the next experiment are carried out by engineers operators Yuri Grigoryev and Vladislav Poromov. The scientific research work on the new synchrocyclotron carried out by Soviet scientists will be a valuable contribution to the development of nuclear physics.
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