L. Young and MUSL-2

Senior research physicist L. Young is shown beside MUSL-2, the second microtron using a superconducting linac built at Illinois.  A 6-m superconducting linear accelerator (the large tank in the center) together with a 6-traversal recirculation system (seen in the foreground) provides high-quality, continuous beams of electrons with energies as high as 68 MeV.  These beams are used in a variety of photonuclear physics experiments., Credit Line: Department of Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, courtesy AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Abstract/Description: Senior research physicist L. Young is shown beside MUSL-2, the second microtron using a superconducting linac built at Illinois. A 6-m superconducting linear accelerator (the large tank in the center) together with a 6-traversal recirculation system (seen in the foreground) provides high-quality, continuous beams of electrons with energies as high as 68 MeV. These beams are used in a variety of photonuclear physics experiments.
Subject(s): Middle age
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Young, Lloyd Martin
Credit Line: Department of Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, courtesy AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Catalog ID: Young Lloyd Martin F1