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    Conducting a resonant scattering experiment on a fast-moving train presents several practical challenges. The train’s motion can cause vibrations, making it difficult to maintain stability in the experimental setup, while aligning the source, target, and detectors becomes more challenging with rapid movement.To overcome these challenges, innovative solutions such as advanced stability technology, remote control operation, compact equipment design, and careful planning using predictive modeling can be employed to ensure the feasibility and success of the experiment.

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