Argonne National Laboratory

Argonne National Laboratory

Argonne National Laboratory
Zero Gradient Synchrotron 9
II: Buildings and Grounds
Technician at the Argonne National Laboratory works on the coil for a 30-inch hydrogen bubble chamber to be used at the Zero Gradient Synchrotron. The chamber, built by Midwest Universities Research Association (MURA) in Madison, Wisconsin, will be installed inside the coil. Water-cooled laminated sections of copper conductor make up the coil. The MURA chamber will be available to all users of the ZGS on the basis of the scientific merit of experiment proposals submitted. The determination of such merit is made by a program committee of the Argonne Accelerator Users Group members.
Zero gradient synchrotrons | Particle accelerators | Nuclear physics--Instruments | Particles (Nuclear physics)
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