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Since 1954 there have been sporadic reports that very strange things can happen in the first few centimeters after an energetic nucleus fragments in photographic emulsion. Before the Berkeley Bevalac came along in the mid 1970s to accelerate middle‐weight ions to kinetic energies of 2 GeV per...
Particle physics has fared reasonably well in the Administration's proposed budget for FY 1983. The total amount in the Department of Energy budget (see page 55)—$429 million—is below the figure at which the Trilling report said the US should build Isabelle. Indeed construction funds for...
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