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After LUX: The LZ Program

@article{Malling2011AfterLT,
  title={After LUX: The LZ Program},
  author={D. C. Malling and D. S. Akerib and Henrique Ara{\'u}jo and Xinzhan Bai and Sourpouhi Bedikian and Ethan P. Bernard and Adam Bernstein and A. W. Bradley and Sydney B. Cahn and M. C. Carmona-Benitez and D. Carr and J. J. Chapman and Ken Clark and Timothy M. Classen and Tyler Coffey and Alessandro Curioni and A. Currie and Steven Dazeley and Luiz de Viveiros and Michael Raymond Dragowsky and Eryk Druszkiewicz and Carlos Faham and S. Fiorucci and R. J. Gaitskell and K. R. Gibson and Christopher Hall and M. Hanhardt and Britt Holbrook and M. O. Ihm and Robert G Jacobsen and L. W. Kastens and Kareem Kazkaz and Richard L. Lander and Nicole A. Larsen and C. Lee and David Leonard and Kevin T. Lesko and A Lindote and M. I. Lopes and Alexey V. Lyashenko and Paweł Majewski and Rachel Mannino and D. N. Mckinsey and Dongming Mei and Jeremy A. Mock and Masahiro Morii and A. St. J. Murphy and H. Nelson and Fernando A. Das Neves and J. A. Nikkel and Monica Pangilinan and Patrick R. Phelps and Lea Reichhart and Thomas Alan Shutt and C. Silva and Wojtek Skulski and V. N. Solovov and Peter F. Sorensen and Jason D. Spaans and T. Stiegler and Timothy J Sumner and Robert C. Svoboda and Melinda Sweany and Matthew Szydagis and J. A. Thomson and M. Tripathi and James Verbus and Nicholas Walsh and Robert C. Webb and J. T. White and Michał Własenko and F. L. H. Wolfs and M. Woods and C. Zhang},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics},
  year={2011}
}
Author(s): Malling, DC; Akerib, DS; Araujo, HM; Bai, X; Bedikian, S; Bernard, E; Bernstein, A; Bradley, A; Cahn, SB; Carmona-Benitez, MC; Carr, D; Chapman, JJ; Clark, K; Classen, T; Coffey, T; Curioni, A; Currie, A; Dazeley, S; Viveiros, L de; Dragowsky, M; Druszkiewicz, E; Faham, CH; Fiorucci, S; Gaitskell, RJ; Gibson, KR; Hall, C; Hanhardt, M; Holbrook, B; Ihm, M; Jacobsen, RG; Kastens, L; Kazkaz, K; Lander, R; Larsen, N; Lee, C; Leonard, D; Lesko, K; Lindote, A; Lopes, MI; Lyashenko, A… 

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