Particle accelerators and Casimir effect

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So I have read that particle that move near the speed of light can separate virtual particle for there anti-particle counter-part creating a new particle from the energy put in, but would this effect happen in particle accelerators like the large hadron collider, sorry if I am misinterpreting the concept of the dynamic Casimir effect.
 

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It's hard to understand what you are asking, because you aren't using sentences, but what you wrote sounds wrong. Where did you read this?
 
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So I have read that particle that move near the speed of light can separate virtual particle for there anti-particle counter-part creating a new particle from the energy put in

Please cite your source for this very confusing and eye-opening claim. "I have read that..." is a very vague source. There is no way for us to know if you are reading a reputable source, or if you're simply misinterpreting or confusing what you read.

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