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A Direct Search for Dark Matter with the Majorana Demonstrator

@inproceedings{Vorren2017ADS,
  title={A Direct Search for Dark Matter with the Majorana Demonstrator},
  author={K. Vorren},
  year={2017}
}
Kristopher Reidar Vorren: A Direct Search for Dark Matter with the Majorana Demonstrator (Under the direction of Reyco Henning) The Majorana Demonstrator is a neutrinoless double-beta decay experiment currently operating 4850 ft underground in the Sanford Underground Research Facility in Lead, SD. Sub-keV thresholds and excellent low-energy resolution are features of the p-type pointcontact high-purity germanium detectors deployed by Majorana, making them ideal for use in direct dark matter… Expand

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