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Bubble chamber

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Bubble chamber, device invented by Donald Glaser (1952) to observe the paths of subatomic particles. The particles are shot through pressurized liquefied gas; they create strings of tiny bubbles, leaving “tracks” of their path.

See also: Wilson cloud chamber.

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