### Collider

An accelerator in which two beams traveling in opposite directions are steered together to provide high-energy collisions between the particles in one beam and those in the other.
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### Collider

A collider is a type of particle accelerator involving directed beams of particles. Colliders may either be ring accelerators or linear accelerators, and may collide a single beam of particles against a stationary target or two beams head-on. Colliders are used as a research tool in particle physics by accelerating elementary particles to very hig...
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### collider

noun an accelerator in which two beams of particles are forced to collide head on
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### Collider

[epidemiology] In statistics, a variable is termed a collider when it is the outcome of two (or more) variables (that may or may not themselves be correlated) (See Figure 1). The name `collider` reflects the fact that in graphical models, the arrow heads from variables that lead into the collider appear to `collide` on the node that is the ...
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### Collider

An accelerator in which two beams traveling in opposite directions are steered together to provide high-energy collisions between the particles in one beam and those in the other. See also: Accelerator, Synchrotron.
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### collider

An accelerator in which two beams traveling in opposite directions are steered together to induce high-energy collisions between particles in one beam and those in the other.
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### collider

[n] - an accelerator in which two beams of particles are forced to collide head on
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