A 5 million volt Tesla coil developed for nuclear physics research in 1929 by G. Breit, M. A. Tuve, and O. Dahl. The multi-sectioned vacuum tube at the upper right was used to accelerate atomic particles. (Photo courtesy of T. Brown, Dept. of Terrestrial Magnetism, Carnegie Institution of Washington)
A 5 million volt Tesla coil developed for nuclear physics research in 1929 by G. Breit, M. A. Tuve, and O. Dahl. The multi-sectioned vacuum tube at the upper right was used to accelerate atomic particles. (Photo courtesy of T. Brown, Dept. of Terrestrial Magnetism, Carnegie Institution of Washington)
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