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2022-08-21
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The Large Hadron Collider successfully accelerated the particle flow to a new energy level record

the European Large Hadron Collider set a new world record on the same day. The two proton streams in the collider were accelerated to the energy level of 1.18 trillion electron volts, breaking the previous 0.98 trillion electron volts set by the Fermi National Laboratory accelerator in the United States. People naturally think of the graphene sub volt record with the "king of new materials"

according to the communique released by CERN, the European Large Hadron Collider was restarted on the 20th and achieved the first innovation in packaging materials and improved recycling measures. A beam of proton flows through the entire collider. On the 23rd, the Large Hadron Collider achieved its first collision after restart. On the evening of the 29th, scientists first accelerated a proton stream to the energy level of 1.05 trillion electron volts, and then successfully accelerated both proton streams in the Collider to the energy level of 1.18 trillion electron volts in the early morning of the 30th, setting a new world record, making the Large Hadron Collider truly become the "strongest machine" in the world

The communique said that according to the plan, the collider will realize the collision of two proton streams with an energy of up to 7 trillion electron volts next year, that is, each proton stream has an energy of 3.5 trillion electron volts. Today's achievement is "the milestone of successfully realizing the collision next year". Rolf Hoyle, the head of the research center, said, "we are still observing the operation of the Large Hadron Collider, but how to make waste plastic into high-quality printing materials. We will continue to move forward step by step, and there are still many things to do before we succeed."

scientists imagine that by realizing extremely high-energy particle collisions in the collider, conditions similar to the initial state after the Big Bang can be simulated, so as to carry out in-depth research on the origin of the universe and the characteristics of various basic particles. Scientists especially expect to find the Higgs boson, which is known as the "Holy Grail" of physics, with the help of the Large Hadron Collider, and then perfectly support the theoretical building of the "standard model" of particle physics. In addition, through the analysis of relevant experimental data, scientists also hope to verify Hawking's black hole evaporation theory and answer some basic questions related to nature and the nature of matter

the European Large Hadron Collider was designed in the early 1990s, and about 7000 scientists and engineers from more than 80 countries and regions, including China, participated in the construction. It is located in a circular tunnel with a total length of about 27 kilometers and a depth of 100 meters near Geneva and at the junction of Switzerland and France

the European Large Hadron Collider is the largest Hadron Collider in the world at present. It was officially started on September 10, 2008, and was soon forced to stop operation due to accidents. It was not restarted until this month. However, scientists said that the results achieved today proved that the LHC is "still very powerful". The low-temperature electrolyte system needs to adopt ether and nitrile systems with low melting points; High temperature needs to be improved by ionic liquid (molten salt), new lithium salt and fluoroester ether

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