Results for: Cyclotron

In Health

How does a cyclotron work?

Cyclotron consists of two hollow semicircular electrodes, called dees, in a large evacuated cylindrical box. An alternating electric field between the dees continuously accele (MORE)
In Computer Networking

What is a cyclotron bit?

If you are asking this question in regard to today's newspaper crossword puzzle, the answer is "atom".
In Science

How big is a cyclotrons?

Any size you wanna make it. The bigger it is the more energy you can impart to the particles being accelerated.
In Biology

What are the applications of cyclotron?

There are basically two applications for the cyclotron. It's a particle accelerator, and, though it can be adapted to accelerate any charged particle, it is most frequently ap (MORE)
In Definitions

Introduction of cyclotron?

about l934 or l935 Ernest O Lawrence was considered the basic inventor. they were not originally connected with Nuclear weapons research.
In Physics

What is cyclotrone?

The Principle of the Cyclotron The principle involved in the construction and operation of the cyclotron follows a very logical line of thought. Lawrence supported the i (MORE)
In Nuclear Physics

What are the limitations of a cyclotron?

The cyclotron can only accelerate charged particles. Additionally, its size and the operating voltages will limit what it can accelerate and how much energy it can put into a (MORE)
In Nuclear Physics

What is a cyclotron operator?

A cyclotron is a type of particle accelerator used in nuclear physics and nuclear medicine. A cyclotron operator is a specialist in the operation and maintenance of such a dev (MORE)
In Inventions

Why Was The Cyclotron invented?

The Cyclotron was invented in 1939 by Emest Lawrence, in order to help build the cyclotron. The Cyclotron Open the door to new nuclear technology, as at the time it was used t (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is cyclotron?

A cyclotron is an apparatus whereby the subatomic and chargedatomic particles are accelerated by an alternating electric field.