Particle Accelerators

Particle Accelerators (also known as atom smashers) are machines that accelerate beams of atomic particles to nearly the speed of light and then smash the beams together. Scientists learn a great deal from the collisions, often discovering new particles and new natural phenomena.

How does an atom-smashing particle accelerator work? – Don Lincoln
What Happens Inside the Large Hadron Collider?
LHC: The Large Hadron Collider
The LHC Experiments
(See also: LHC Computing)
An introduction to the CMS Experiment at CERN
Tested at CERN: How The ATLAS Experiment Works
Large Hadron Collider – Animation Video
How Does the Large Hadron Collider Work? | Ars Technica
Oxford Sparks: A quick look around the LHC

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