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Report number CERN-OBJ-DE-052
Category Detector
Title DELPHI Silicon Tracker
Description DELPHI was one of the four experiments installed at the LEP particle accelerator from 1989 - 2000. The silicon tracking detector was nearest to the collision point in the centre of the detector. It was used to pinpoint the collision and catch short-lived particles.
Keywords DE ; LEP
Physical characteristics Height: 1 m
Length: 23 cm
Diameter: 6 cm- 9 cm
Owner PUBLIC
Availability Available
Borrower Science Museum, London (long term loan)
Additional information DELPHI experiment
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Total images: 3
CERN-OBJ-DE-052-3  -  GIF;ICON, JPEG
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CERN-OBJ-DE-052-1  -  GIF;ICON, JPEG
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CERN-OBJ-DE-052-2  -  GIF;ICON, JPEG
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 Record created 2001-03-02, last modified 2017-10-18


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