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The ATLAS Detector

  • Stefano ManzoniEmail author
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Abstract

ATLAS [1] is one of the two general purpose experiments at the LHC. The detector has a cylindrical shape with a radius of 12 m and a length of 44 m. It weights approximately 7000 tons.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Nikhef—National Institute for Subatomic Physics (NL)AmsterdamThe Netherlands

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