CERN — The European Organization for Nuclear Research

  title={CERN — The European Organization for Nuclear Research},
  author={Roberto Corsini},
  journal={B-Model Gromov-Witten Theory},
  • R. Corsini
  • Published 2019
  • Physics
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The ISR (Intersecting Storage Rings) were two intersecting proton synchrotron rings each with a circumference of 942 m and eight-fold symmetry that were operational for 13 years from 1971 to 1984. The CERN PS injected 26 GeV/c proton beams into the two rings that could accelerate up to 31.4 GeV/c. The ISR worked for physics with beams of 30–40 A over 40–60 hours with luminosities in its superconducting low-β insertion of 10–10 cm s. The ISR demonstrated the practicality of collider beam physics… 
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