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Current Status and Future Prospects of the SNO+ Experiment
SNO+is a large liquid scintillator-based experiment located 2 km underground at SNOLAB, Sudbury,Canada. It reuses the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory detector, consisting of a 12m diameter acrylicExpand
Search for invisible modes of nucleon decay in water with the SNO+ detector
This paper reports results from a search for nucleon decay through invisible modes, where no visible energy is directly deposited during the decay itself, during the initial water phase of SNO+.Expand
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A liquid scintillator consisting of linear alkylbenzene as the solvent and 2,5diphenyloxazole as the fluor was developed for the SNO+ experiment. This mixture was chosen as it is compatible withExpand
Probing Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay with SNO
Probing neutrinoless double beta decay is one of the primary goals for SNO+, SNOLAB's multi-purpose neutrino detector. In order to achieve this goal the SNO detector has been adapted so that it canExpand
Development, characterisation, and deployment of the SNO+ liquid scintillator
A liquid scintillator consisting of linear alkylbenzene as the solvent and 2,5-diphenyloxazole as the fluor was developed for the SNO+ experiment. This mixture was chosen as it is compatible withExpand
Current status of the SNO+ detector: preparations for first physics data
SNO+ is a multi-purpose neutrino detector, which will primarily study neutrinoless double beta decay. Preparations are underway for the first phase of physics data-taking, with a water-filledExpand
Probing new physics mechanisms in neutrinoless double-beta decay with SNO+
In this thesis, I present the theory of neutrinoless double-beta decay (0ν2β), particularly the theory of exotic modes of 0ν2β involving the emission of one or two Majorons. Alongside this, IExpand