How does a bubble chamber work?

A bubble chamber is a device for recording traces (or tracks) of fast charged ionizing particles, the action of which is based on the “boiling of a superheated liquid along a particle’s trajectory. The chamber is filled with a liquid that is in a state close to boiling. With a sharp decrease in pressure, the liquid becomes superheated. If in In this state, an ionizing particle enters the chamber, then its trajectory will be marked by a chain of vapor bubbles and can be photographed.

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