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teraelectronvolt

Definitions

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  • n. 10 12 electronvolts, abbreviated as TeV.

Etymologies

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tera- +‎ electronvolt

Examples

  • The next frontier is the land of the teraelectronvolt (TeV, or a million million electronvolts).

    Wired Top Stories

  • Update: Successful collision of two 3.5 teraelectronvolt beams was achieved at 12. 06pm GMT.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • A TeV, or teraelectronvolt, is the same as a million million electronvolts.

    Atomic

  • This would already surpass the one teraelectronvolt maximum output of what is currently the largest functioning collider in the world, at the Fermilab near Chicago in the United States.

    Bangkokpost.com : Breaking News

  • One teraelectronvolt is equivalent to the energy of a flying mosquito, said a CERN spokeswoman.

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  • CERN scientists said they are aiming to get the LHC running at an energy equivalent of 1.2 teraelectronvolt by year end.

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  • A teraelectronvolt (TeV) is equivalent to the energy level of a flying mosquito, while CERN wants to ultimately achieve maximum power of 7.0 teraelectronvolts or trillion electronvolts.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • Scientists want to get the collider running at 1.2 teraelectronvolts or 1.2 trillion electronvolts by year's end - with one teraelectronvolt equal to the energy of a flying mosquito, said a CERN spokeswoman.

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  • The maximum output of what is currently the largest functioning collider in the world, at the Fermilab near Chicago in the United States, is one teraelectronvolt.

    ESPN.com

  • Scientists want to get the collider running at 1.2 teraelectronvolts or 1.2 trillion electronvolts by year's end -- with one teraelectronvolt equal to the energy of a flying mosquito, said a CERN spokeswoman.

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