DORIS II particle collider at DESY

DORIS II particle collider at DESY

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Caption: One of the magnets (red) in a section of the DORIS II particle collider at DESY, the German particle physics laboratory in Hamburg. Originally built in 1969-74, DORIS was rebuilt to become DORIS II in 1981-82. DORIS II is oval in shape, & 288 metres in circumference. It accelerates beams of electrons & positrons in opposite directions within the same beam pipe & collides them at selected points at a maximum energy of 5.6 GeV per beam. It also generates synchrotron radiation for use in a separate laboratory, known as Hasylab. DORIS stands for "DOuble RIng Storage".

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Keywords: accelerator, at desy, desy, doris 2 accelerator, european, german, germany, hamburg, nuclear research, particle physics laboratory

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