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Gargamelle

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Gargamelle was the name given to a big bubble chamber built at the Saclay Laboratory in France during the late 1960s. It was designed principally for the detection at CERN of the elusive particles called neutrinos.In 1973, André Lagarrigue and his colleagues found evidence for neutral currents in Gargamelle bubble chamber pictures. Gargamelle is on display at CERN in the Microcosm garden.

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