particle analyzer


by BOredomkills
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does anyone know where i can find the information on how to build the particle analyzer for the particle accelerators?
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Maybe this will get you started:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Particle_detector

It has links for different types of detectors.
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Quote Quote by BOredomkills View Post
does anyone know where i can find the information on how to build the particle analyzer for the particle accelerators?
This is a rather vague question. What is a "particle analyzer"?

We have mass spectrometer, we energy/momentum particle analyzer, etc... etc. "particle analyzer" is a generic, ambiguous terminology. What property are you trying to measure. There are no detectors that measure everything!

If this is a question on strictly particle accelerators/beam diagnostics, then it will end up being moved into the Classical Physics forum.

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