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Colliders accelerate and steer charges to a point and collide them with a stationary target or head–on with another charge. In describing how the Large Hadron Collider at CERN works and how it will be used in experiments to explore new areas of physics, it helps to impart some basic physics principles. Many of these principles are also used to describe what the world's most energetic collider is seeking.

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