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A BEAM LINE FOR SCHOOLS

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Michele Schio

on 26 March 2014

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Transcript of A BEAM LINE FOR SCHOOLS

Scint 1
Scint 2
1930
2011
Neutrinos
may be involved

Detectors
may be affected

Blend 1
Blend 2, 3
Collimator
Cerenkov 1, 2
EXPERIMENTAL SETUP
Absorber
Proton Beam
muon filter

calorimeter
2009
2014

2013

Mn
54

8 m
(from first target)
Protons, Neutrons
T9 secondary beam line is arranged to select for positive particles only with momentum >4GeV
EXPERIMENTAL AREA
T9 BEAM LINE
Protons, Neutrons
Protons, Neutrons
LiF
(Plastic)
(Salt)
2012
E.Rutherford
The rate of transformation... is constant under
all
conditions
Jere H. Jenkins
0.3% decrease in the decay rate because of a X3-class solar flare
P. A. Sturrock
D. Javorsek
R.H. Leed
J.T. Gruenwald
D.E. Krause
E. Fishbach
S. Breur
J.J. Mattes
J.R. Newport
THAT'S WHY WE WANT TO GO IN THE BEST PHYSICS LAB IN THE WORLD!
Protons, Neutrons
We fell in love with...
Is decay rate constant under
all
conditions?

Hypotesis
J. H. Jenkins
J.B. Buncher
E. Bellotti
C. Broggini
G.DiCarlo
M.Laubenstein
R. Menegazzo
No detectable effect, over the background noise, is expected.
Predicted results
normalised Mn deviation
4 hr Integral X-ray flux
If any variation is seen, our guess should be WRONG.
But...
THAT'S WHY WE WANT TO GO IN THE BEST PHYSICS LAB IN THE WORLD!
It's a difficult measure to take,
you don't know any rules
but by little steps you
discover how to play
, the most beautiful game ever
PARTICLE PHYSICS
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