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Nuclear and Particle Physics Experiments

A wide range of modern physics experiments for University advanced labs based on the latest technologies and instrumentation

Beta Spectroscopy

After radioactivity discovery, E. Rutherford separated radioactive emissions into two types: alpha (α) and beta (β-) radiations, based on matter...

Gamma Spectroscopy

In 1895 the radioactivity was discovered by H.Becquerel and in 1903 the Nobel Prize in Physics was assigned to Curie...

Nuclear Imaging - PET

Positron Emission Tomography (PET) scanner is the state-of-the-art medical imaging system, capable of providing detailed functional information of physiological processes...

Cosmic Rays

The cosmic radiation, discovered by Victor Hess1 in 1912, includes all stable charged particles and it is composed by two component:...

Photons

The Elementary Particles can be divided into fermions, which are matter or antimatter particles as quarks, antiquarks, electrons, antielectrons and...

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