Particle accelerator

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Klein (16.4" x 22.4")

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Klein 16.4" x 22.4"
Mittelgroß 23.4" x 31.8"
Groß 33.2" x 45.1"
Hinweis: Hat einen 3/16" Rand

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  • Häng deine Poster ins Schlafzimmer, ins Büro oder einfach an jede leere Wand, die dir begegnet.
  • Gedruckt auf 185 g/m² seidenmattes Posterpapier
  • Individuell zugeschnitten - für Details siehe Größentabelle
  • 5 mm weißer Rand für leichteres Einrahmen

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In early particle accelerators a Cockcroft-Walton voltage multiplier was responsible for voltage multiplying. This piece of the accelerator helped in the development of the atomic bomb.

The Cockcroft–Walton (CW) generator, or multiplier, was named after the two men who in 1932 used this circuit design to power their particle accelerator, performing the first artificial nuclear disintegration in history. John Douglas Cockcroft and Ernest Thomas Sinton Walton used this voltage multiplier cascade for most of their research, which in 1951 won them the Nobel Prize in Physics for “Transmutation of atomic nuclei by artificially accelerated atomic particles”. Less well known is the fact that the circuit was discovered much earlier, in 1919, by Heinrich Greinacher, a Swiss physicist. For this reason, this doubler cascade is sometimes also referred to as the Greinacher multiplier. (Source: Wikipedia)

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