Cascade generator built at the Cavendish Laboratory

Made:
1937 in Holland
maker:
Cavendish Laboratory

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Cascade generator, designed by and built at the Cavendish Laboratory, by Philips, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England and Phillips, Holland, 1937. For Philips 1.5 million volt accelerator (also known as voltage doubler stack).

Details

Category:
Nuclear Physics
Object Number:
1982-1318 Pt1
Materials:
aluminium alloy, bakelite, chromium plated, nickel plated, selenium, steel (metal) and tin plated
credit:
University of Witswatersrand