electron volt

  1. a unit of energy equal to the work done by an electron accelerated through a potential difference of 1 volt
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  • Therefore, when find a "new particle", should not only rely on "distinctive electron volt", first want to ask :"is it really one"?
  • Usually, they are thought of as any photons having energies greater than about 100 keV kiloelectron volts. Archive 2009-05-01
  • Then if these electrons are attracted to a second plate B with a voltage (relative to A) of +1 volt, each electron gains one electron volt.
  • The goal is to accelerate a beam of negative hydrogen ions to 2.5 million electron volts and deliver it to the linac.
  • One electron volt is roughly half the energy carried by a single photon of red light.
  • Within nine months, the newly constructed band generator was used to boost the energy to the 500 thousand electron volts (KeV) level, enabling Gentner to generate gamma-rays of 17 million electron volts (MeV) by bombarding Walther Bothe and the Physics Institute: the Early Years of Nuclear Physics
  • (A GeV is a billion electron volts; the energy in a single proton at rest, using E = mc2, is about 1 GeV.) Is That a Particle Accelerator in Your Pocket, Or Are You Just Happy to See Me?
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  • From there, these negative ions will be energized to about one billion electron volts in a one-millisecond long pulsed beam and injected into an accumulator ring.
  • Particle physicists measure energy in units of electron volts.
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