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Field Trip Photos 2009

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The Mind-Blowing Physics class arrives at Bates Linear Accelerator with Prof. Smith of Dartmouth.

 

Mariah listens while Bates Associate Director Karen Dow explains how the microwave generator works.

 

The group poses in front of the electron beam line at Bates Linear Accelerator.  In the beam electrons are accelerated so that they travel 600 feet in about a microsecond. 

 

Sarah, Caitlin, and Alice listen as Bates Laboratory Associate Director Karen Dow describes the series of magnets used to focus and move the electron beam.

 

 

The group pauses in the electron beam tunnel with Bates Laboratory Associate Director Karen Dow.

 

 

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