The idea of using colliding beams to fully convert the energy of the accelerated beams into reaction products goes back to the middle of the last century. Colliding two particles with the same energy allows having in the center of mass all the energy transferred by the particle accelerator to them. In fixed target experiment instead only a fraction of the beam energy is available in the moving center of mass.
KeywordsLinear Collider International Linear Collider Emittance Beam Accelerate Beam Fixed Target Experiment
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