A superconducting magnet is being used for the first time in a high‐energy experiment. Charles Laverick and Thomas H. Fields performed the magnet work at Argonne National Laboratory in collaboration with the staffs of Argonne and Carnegie Tech. The supermagnet provides the Argonne‐Carnegie Tech 25‐cm bubble chamber with a 44 000‐gauss field for investigating hyperfragments that result from K capture by helium.

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