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KATRIN, the KArlsruhe TRItium Neutrino Experiment shall answer one of the most exciting questions of physics: What is the mass of the neutrino and which role does it play in the development of our universe? For this purpose, a very-high-resolution spectrometer will measure the energy of electrons. KATRIN will have a total length of 70 m and consist of three main components: The highly intensive tritium source for the generation of electrons, a system of two spectrometers to determine their energy, and a detector of the electrons.
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