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Reassembling the 2 metre hydrogen bubble chamber

1970

CERN

CERN
Geneva, Switzerland

The 2 metre hydrogen bubble chamber opened out into its major component parts. It was reassembled to begin operation again after a long shutdown during which it had its first thorough cleaning since it came into operation in 1964. Important modifications which had been carried out were — shortening of the vacuum tank, where it was in the path of the beam, to allow final beam-line magnets to be installed closer to the chamber thus improving operation with low energy beams; repolishing of the windows and marking of new fiducial lines better adapted to HPD film measurement; installation of mirrors so that laser beams could be used to study optical distortion. The magnetic field was also remeasured with the chamber completely assembled.

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  • Title: Reassembling the 2 metre hydrogen bubble chamber
  • Creator: CERN PhotoLab
  • Date Created: 1970-03, 1970
  • Contributor: GenevaCERN1970-3
  • Medium: Film, Photographic negative
  • Link to Internal Document: http://cds.cern.ch/record/1729123
  • Internal Reference: Rubrique: Date Planche:3 70 De:26 A:57
  • Comment: Album with images scanned from original photo negatives

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