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Big Bang Theory Experiment in Switzerland Excites

Physical Science

Grace Chen

on 3 May 2011

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Transcript of Big Bang Theory Experiment in Switzerland Excites

Higgs Particle Big Bang Theory Experiment
in Switzerland Excites The electron, for example, carries a positive electrical charge while its anti-particle counterpart, called the positron, carries a positive charge. Anti-particles are short-lived since when they interact with or contact their opposites both annihilate in burst of high energy radiation. recreate a big bang to prove the theory of a massive explosion created the universe.
gaps in basic understaning of physic and how universe works.
unlock the mystery of universe
hoping new sub-atomic particles will emerge. Purpose How to Function? 2 beams of particles travel opposite at close to the speed of light. thousands of magnets of different varieties and sizes will direct the beams around the accelerator. discovered new things when beams smash together. another type of magnet squeeze them closer to collide. particles had no mass just after the Big Bang. when the temperature fell, an invisible force field was formed. when particles interact with the field they become heavier. a theoretical idea to explain mass in the universe. NEVER BEEN PROVED!! In order to get both beams to circulate continuously, engineers will "close the orbit". The beams themselves are made up of several "packets" - each about a metre long - containing billions of protons. the protons would disperse if left to their own devices, so engineers use electrical forces to "grab" them, keeping the particles tightly huddled in packets. Once the beams are captured, the same system of electrical forces is used to give the particles an energetic kick, accelerating them to greater and greater speeds. Who are Involved? on the Swiss-Franch border 10,000 scientists from 500 insitution. from 20 Europen member.
US and Japan contributed the most. £2.4 billion Risk? produce a big clak hole which would suck up all life in Earth. For FUN!!
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