LHC Update: Lead Ion Collisions and Trapped Antimatter
Thu, 25th Nov 2010
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Scientists at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider have been colliding lead ions - allowing us to get an idea of conditions in the very early universe. Meanwhile, other CERN researchers have trapped an antihydrogen antiatom...
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ALICE experiment announces first results from LHC’s lead-ion collisions, Symmetry Breaking
Trapped Antihydrogen, Nature
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