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  • noun Plural form of cyclotron.

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Examples

  • The primary protons are accelerated in cyclotrons at Villigen, Switzerland and Vancouver,

    Accelerators and Nobel Laureates

  • GE Healthcare has sold 45 PET-CT scanners, each costing about $1.5 million, and nine cyclotrons at $2.5 million each, and expects the market for nuclear medicine procedures in India to grow at a rate of 15-20 percent a year from 10 percent now.

    Insight: Companies forge lean business models to tap rural India

  • GE Healthcare has sold 45 PET-CT scanners, each costing about $1.5 million, and nine cyclotrons at $2.5 million each, and expects the market for nuclear medicine procedures in India to grow at a rate of 15-20 percent a year from 10 percent now.

    Insight: Companies forge lean business models to tap rural India

  • There were “cyclotrons” and “supervoltage rays” and “linear accelerators” and “neutron beams.”

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • There were “cyclotrons” and “supervoltage rays” and “linear accelerators” and “neutron beams.”

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • There were “cyclotrons” and “supervoltage rays” and “linear accelerators” and “neutron beams.”

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • Building cyclotrons to shift the orbit of the earth?

    Show Preview

  • There is certainly no scientific reason why God cannot retain the same relevance in our modern world that He held before we began probing His creation with telescopes, cyclotrons, and space vehicles.

    The G.O.D. Experiments

  • Even Lawrence, who became in later years the main driving force of big-machine physics, had similar problems when he started to build cyclotrons.

    Seeing the Unseen

  • Lansing, USA, where two "compact" cyclotrons are now coupled together.

    Accelerators and Nobel Laureates

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