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Thank you for answering the question whose reference number is given above. It would appear that may be I was unable to put the question more clearly earlier. See the issue here is not what is the maximum velocity achieved in the labs; but more to do with what is the maximum velocity achieved in diffrent labs for a particular level of energy applied. If there is any diffrence, then what is the explaination? Aggreed that the effcts of gravity would be negligibly small but on some times these negligibly small causes are the real deciding factors as to whether something happens or not. If there is any diffrence in the maximum velocity achieved in diffrent labs for the same level of energy applied then what is the strength of the gravitational field at those locations.
Re: Maximum Velocity achieved in Particle accelarators: ref :1003861069.Ph
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