I have studied 4 years in National University of Singapore as a Physics Undergraduate, with a minor in medical physics. I have great interest in nuclear, particle and radiation physics and have exposure to clinical medical physics dealing with radiotherapy and even proton therapy. I am fascinated by the unlimited potential of physics and their applications into biological systems.
(II) The 1.0-km radius Fermilab Tevatron took about 20 seconds to bring the energies of the stored protons from 150 GeV to 1.0 TeV. The acceleration was done once per turn. Estimate the energy given to the protons on each turn. (You can assume that the speed of the protons is essentially c the whole time.)