The Cern Proton-Antiproton Collider
Since summer 1981 the CERN proton-antiproton collider produces collisons at energies at least 10 times higher than the highest energies ever achieved with accelerators. This gives a good chance to discover the weak bosons (W and Z boson), which mediate the weak forces, in the next coming years much before the new accelerators designed to study these bosons are built.
KeywordsWeak Boson Antiproton Beam Stochastic Cool Lepton Angular Distribution Kicker Magnet
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