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To accept cookies from this site, use the Back button and accept the cookie. The main task, T, is to detect and possibly follow targets across the surveyed space. We describe a cheap and easy to built sealed tRPCs and we explain how we have built it. The purpose of research is experimental and theoretical studies of the fundamental properties and laws of elementary particle interactions at high energy accelerators. The solutions should be handed in the following week before the class.

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