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The physicist Simone Liuzzo guide us in the most important source of “synchrotron light” in Europe, the ESRF accelerator in Grenoble. It is a structure for international research in which electrons are accelerated to produce beams of photons, which are used to study the properties of matter. As Simone, who works the accelerator, explains, it is basically a “giant microscope” at the disposal of experiments and researchers from around the world.
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