3D Position Sensitive XeTPC for Dark Matter Search

@inproceedings{Angle20063DPS,
  title={3D Position Sensitive XeTPC for Dark Matter Search},
  author={Jesse Angle and Elena Aprile and Francesco Arneodo and L. Baudis and Adam Bernstein and Alexander I. Bolozdynya and L. C. C. Coelho and E. Dahl and L. deViveiros and Alfredo D. Ferella and Luis M P Fernandes and S. Fiorucci and R. J. Gaitskell and Karl Ludwig Giboni and R. Gomez and R. Hasty and John Kwong and Jos{\'e} A. M. Lopes and Norman W. Madden and Aaron Manalaysay and Angel Manzur and D. N. Mckinsey and M. E. Monzani and Kaixuan Ni and Uwe G. Oberlack and J. Orboeck and Guillaume Plante and J. M. F. Santos and Peter Shagin and Thomas Alan Shutt and Peter Sorensen and Celeste D. Winant and Masaki Yamashita},
  year={2006}
}
J. Angle, E. Aprile, F. Arneodo, L. Baudis, A. Bernstein, A. Bolozdynya, L. Coelho, E. Dahl , L. DeViveiros, A. Ferella, L. Fernandes, S. Fiorucci, R.J. Gaitskell, K.-L. Giboni, R. Gomez, R. Hasty, J. Kwong, J.A.M. Lopes, N. Madden, A. Manalaysay, A. Manzur, D. McKinsey, M.E. Monzani, K. Ni ∗, U. Oberlack, J. Orboeck, G. Plante, J. Santos, P. Shagin, T. Shutt , P. Sorensen, C. Winant, M. Yamashita 

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