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2015-09-23
KATRIN: KArlsruhe TRItium Neutrino Experiment

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.


Annual Report 2016 of KIT
2017-08-03
DACCIWA EU Project: Weather, Climate, and Air Pollution in West Africa
2017-06-08
Facts and Figures
2017-03-01
Impressions Campus North
2016-10-04
High-performance Computer ForHLR II
2016-08-22
KATRIN: KArlsruhe TRItium Neutrino Experiment
2015-09-23
bioliq® pilot plant
2015-07-15
Precipitator for Wood Combustion Systems
2015-05-08
Impressions Campus South
2015-04-02
Research Factory for Lithium-ion Batteries
2014-01-30
Portrait: The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
2013-12-02
Mercury-free Energy-saving Lamp
2013-05-01
The HECTOR School
2009-05-07
European Zebrafish Resource Center
2012-07-16
The Molecular Flashlight
2012-02-06
Competence E - Association for Electromobility
2012-02-01
Humanoids Robots: ARMAR
2011-11-22
Human-centered Robotics: Extended large Telepresence
2011-11-09
SiMoNa Optimizes Organic Light-emitting Diodes
2011-05-05
Compact Muon Solenoid Experiment at CERN
2010-08-01
Na61-a Particle Production Experiment at CERN
2010-05-08
KIT from above
2010-06-05
High-field Superconducting Magnets
2010-03-15
Electronics from the Printing Machine
2010-03-15

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