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1.3 Particle Energy Limitations

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    • Before we delve more deeply into the details of particular kinds of collisions, what do you think are the limitations of particle accelerators/colliders in achieving even higher particle energies? Explain your answers.

    • Reach higher energies. I think building a collider that achieves even higher energies is challenging from a technological point of view.

    • There is a speed limit cap for the particles. We know that C is the fastest speed we can have, and we can say that we can achieve higher particle energy with higher speed, but there will be a point where that speed will capped out. We need to find another way to increase particle energy other than speed.

    • cannot figure out a way to isolate Planck size particles. or more particulars about Higgs field.

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