Electromagnetism

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Electromagnetism

  • UF Electromagnetic fields
  • UF Champ électromagnétique

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Electromagnetism

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PHOTO0000001694

English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. The Faraday Cage Room.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. La salle Cage de Faraday.
Description: A large metal tube connected to another metal tube but smaller. In the background a walkway.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. Two technicians in front of the extracted particle conveyance equipment in the synchro-cyclotron room.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. Deux techniciens dans la salle du synchro-cyclotron, devant l'appareil de transport de particules extraites.
Description: Two men reading a paper in front of an equipment with the brand Philips on it. In the background, we can read ACEC Charleroi and see a warning sign.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

PHOTO0000001708

English transcription: C.E.R.N. (European Organization for Nuclear Research) was created in 1952 under the auspices of UNESCO and, at present, 13 European countries are members of the Organization. The Faraday Cage room.
French transcription: Le C.E.R.N. (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), créé en 1952 sous les auspices de l'UNESCO, groupe actuellement treize États européens. La salle Cage de Faraday.
Description: A room with cylindrical devices assembled.
Location: Meyrin (near Geneva).

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English transcription: Twelve nations are members of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), a new organization set up under UNESCO sponsorship to aid the co-operation between separate research centers in the field of nuclear theory. The CERN program is concentrated on two big machines, a synchro-cyclotron and a proton-synchrotron, now under construction at the CERN laboratory site near Geneva. The synchro-cyclotron is designed to work at the 600 million electron volts energy level; it consists of a vacuum chamber between the circular roles of a 2,500 tons electro-magnet. Protons are injected in this chamber and accelerated along a spiral path by high frequency electrical forces until they reach speeds approaching 250,000 km. per second. Here, technicians are adjusting the apparatus used to measure and record the magnetic field strength of the synchro-cyclotron.
Description: Two men in a room with equipment on two tables and measurement control panels in the background.
Location: Geneva.

PHOTO0000001719

English transcription: European Organization for Nuclear Research. Twelve nations are members of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), a new organization set up under UNESCO sponsorship to aid the co-operation between separate research centers in the field of nuclear theory. The CERN program is concentrated on two big machines, a synchro-cyclotron and a proton-synchrotron, now under construction at the CERN laboratory site near Geneva. The synchro-cyclotron is designed to reach energy levels of 25 thousand million electron volts, or over; in this machine the protons will move inside a vacuum chamber along a circular path formed by an electro-magnet with a diameter of 200 metres and a weight of about 3,500 tons; the protons will be accelerated to a speed approaching that of light. Shown here is some of the general laboratoty equipment used in designing and experimenting with the linear accelerator of the proton-synchrotron.
Description: Three men surrounded by equipment like control panels. They are wearing gown. They are working on a control panel.
Location: Geneva.

PHOTO0000001720

English transcription: European Organization for Nuclear Research. Twelve nations are members of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), a new organization set up under UNESCO sponsorship to aid the co-operation between separate research centers in the field of nuclear theory. The CERN program is concentrated on two big machines, a synchro-cyclotron and a proton-synchrotron, now under construction at the CERN laboratory site near Geneva. nnThe synchro-cyclotron is designed to work at the 600 million electron volts energy level; it consists of a vacuum chamber between the circular poles of a 2,500 tons electro-magnet. Protons are injected in this chamber and accelerated along a spiral path by high frequency electrical forces until they reach speeds approaching 250,000 km. per second. Shown here is part of one of the electronic laboratories now under construction in the synchro-cyclotron building.
Description: A man standing in front of an equipment panel with several buttons and cables. Books are in the foreground.
Location: Geneva.