- Frequency-modulated cyclotrons
Earlier Established Forms
- found: McGraw Hill dict. sci. tech. (Synchrocyclotron, also known as frequency-modulated cyclotron, synchrophasotron)
- found: INIS.
- found: Britannica Macro.: v. 1, p.26 (Cyclotrons in which the frequency of the accelerating voltage is changed as the particles are accelerated are called synchrocyclotrons, frequency modulated (FM) cyclotrons, or, in the Soviet Union, phasotrons.)
- 1986-02-11: new
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