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SLAC’s two-mile-long linear accelerator is the longest in the world.
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Watching Electrons with Lasers
Watching Electrons with Lasers
A team of researchers from the Stanford PULSE Institute for Ultrafast Energy Science at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory has recently moved a step closer to visualizing the motions of electrons in molecules using a technique called high harmonic generation, or HHG.
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Exploring SLAC's Science
Exploring SLAC Science Slide Show : SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

AntimatterWhat Happened to Antimatter?

The Big Bang created an equal number of particles and antiparticles. But we don't ever come into contact with antiparticles, and scientists don’t see any out there in the universe.

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