The cyclotron, developed by Lawrence and Livingston in 1932, is a machine that accelerates charged particles like protons, so that they can be used in atom-smashing experiments. Because the principles of this accelerator are involved in the cyclic motion of charged atomic particles in a uniform magnetic field, the device is called cyclotron.
Tags Atom-smashing experiments Cyclic motion of charged atomic particles Cyclotron Lawrence and Livingston Machine that accelerates charged particles Principles of accelerator Protons Uniform magnetic field
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