Heavy ion accelerator, Russia

Heavy ion accelerator, Russia

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Caption: Physics research. View of part of the IC-100 heavy ion accelerator at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research at Dubna, Russia. The IC-400 was built to accelerate ions such as carbon-12 up to argon-40. These are fired at targets, either to try to create new elements or to investigate properties of materials at the atomic level.

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Keywords: accelerator, argon, carbon, dubna, element, fundamental, heavy, horizontal, ic-400, ion, joint institute for nuclear research, landscape, material, microstructure, new, novosti, particle, physics, russia, russian, structure, ultrastructure

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