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a question about the Large Hadron Collider.


Perpetual Motion
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i know it is not possible but theoretically speaking if I put my hang in the Large Hardon Collider and the two particles wizz around and smashed into my hand what would happen?

 

would my hang just explode? would there be a big hole in my hand? or is the collision so small it wont effect my hand at all?

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The beams at LHC contain enough energy, power, impulse, and are concentrated enough, that they bore a hole in the metal tube if steered badly.

Targets intended to absorb such a beam are difficult to design because of heating, among others.

 

By the way, electron beams are an industrial means to weld alloys, and these machines don't have the LHC's power.

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