The world's largest particle accelerator, the 76‐GeV synchrotron at Serpukhov, is now producing protons/pulse and is expected to be doing experiments shortly. Groups from CERN and France are collaborating with Serpukhov scientists, and there is some hope for American participation, too. (Such international coöperation may, of course, be influenced by the Czechoslovakian situation.)
Gloria B. Lubkin; A Visit to the Serpukhov 76‐GeV Synchrotron. Physics Today 1 October 1968; 21 (10): 55–57. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3034537
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