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Particle Beams Clash For First Time At New Collider

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July 31, 1998
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Stanford University
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A sophisticated new "particle smasher" at Stanford University built to explore the difference between matter and antimatter sprang to life this week with the successful achievement of its first collisions.

By David F. Salisbury


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