Shakespeare character who says “How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is / To have a thankless child!”

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LEAR.

Last seen on: NY Times Crossword 28 Jan 21, Thursday


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This is a list of experiments at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The LHC is the most energetic particle collider in the world, and is used to test the accuracy of the Standard Model, and to look for physics beyond the Standard Model such as supersymmetry, extra dimensions, and others.

The list is first compiled from the SPIRES database, then missing information is retrieved from the online version CERN’s Grey Book. The most specific information of the two is kept, e.g. if the SPIRES database lists December 2008, while the Grey Book lists 22 December 2008, the Grey Book entry is shown. When there is a conflict between the SPIRES database and the Grey Book, the SPIRES database information is listed, unless otherwise noted.

Grey Book

Grey Book

Grey Book

FASER, LHCf, MOEDAL and TOTEM are much smaller than the other four experiments, they are close to one of those larger experiments and use the same collision point.

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