a volunteer task force of Tennessee adult education supervisors and ESOL teachers worked together to do just that. All helped plan the project, provide feedback, and contribute ideas. We give special thanks to all of the adult education professionals who worked together to contribute to this ESOL in the workplace training manual. The University of Tennessee… (More)
Recent upgrading projects have extended the mass range of particles that can be accelerated at the Bevalac to include any element of the periodic table to energies above 1 billion electron volts per atomic mass unit. This capability was verified on 11 May 1982 with the production of a uranium beam at 147.7 million electron volts per atomic mass unit.