Physics at LEAR with Low-Energy Cooled Antiprotons by G. Torelli (auth.), Ugo Gastaldi, Robert Klapisch (eds.)
By G. Torelli (auth.), Ugo Gastaldi, Robert Klapisch (eds.)
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Two successive projects. (C034, Dec. 80 and B093, March 82) have been approved by the CERN Directorate in order to face the large demand of experiments with low energy antiproton beams (16 approved experiments, see Table 1). A comparison with the preliminary project (Ref. 1) shows that the present one is considerably improved: 6 independent experimental areas (instead of 4) are on the floor, and the use of two splitter magnets make possible to run three experiments in parallel (instead of 2 in the first project with only 1 splitter magnet).
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