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Proposed synchrotron could store supersonic beams of hydrogen atoms

In a paper published in the New Journal of Physics, physicists from VU University Amsterdam and the University of Oxford have presented a design for a new one-meter-diameter magnetic synchrotron—a circular particle accelerator like the LHC—that could be used to study collisions between neutral hydrogen atoms and other atoms and molecules.

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