Which gas is cooler?
In this article, we will compare the cooling properties of two different gas coolers.
The first one is the LHCb, which is expected to produce the largest amount of particles ever produced by a LHC.
The second is the DSB, which will generate the smallest amount of neutrons.
The LHC is currently running at an average rate of 10.3 MeV/sec, which means it will reach its peak at about 2.5 MeV (0.3% of the total energy being collected by the LEC) after about 10.5 seconds.
If you are a physicist or curious about the science behind particle physics, this article will have you talking about neutrinos for hours.
The DSB is expected in two years and will generate neutrino beams of approximately 1,000 times less energy than LHC beams.