Superconducting Magnets in High Energy Physics


Magnets play a large part in the study of elementary sub-nuclear particles. Advances in the technology of superconducting magnets suggest that these magnets will be an important factor in the design of future accelerators, and their associated experimental equipment.

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SMITH, P., THOMAS, D. Superconducting Magnets in High Energy Physics. Nature 216, 964–969 (1967).

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