Electronics suite at Stanford Linear Collider

Electronics suite at Stanford Linear Collider

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Caption: The electronics suite of the Stanford Linear Collider (SLC) photographed during the test phase of construction in 1988. The SLC was designed and built under the direction of Nobel laureate Burton Richter, and was intended to provide a source of Z-naught particles as the result of high-energy collisions between electrons and positrons. The Z- naught was discovered at CERN, Geneva, in 1983 and is one of the 'mediators' of the weak nuclear force. The first Z- naughts were produced at SLC on 11 April 1989. The SLC was constructed from the 3km Stanford Linear Accelerator, the largest of its kind in the world.

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Keywords: california, center, electron-positron collision, electronics suite, particle physics laboratory, research, slac, slc, stanford linear accelerator, stanford linear collider, us, usa, z-naught particle production

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