# Characterization of 30 76 Ge enriched Broad Energy Ge detectors for GERDA Phase II.

@article{Agostini2019CharacterizationO3, title={Characterization of 30 76 Ge enriched Broad Energy Ge detectors for GERDA Phase II.}, author={M. Agostini and A. Bakalyarov and E. Andreotti and M. Balata and I. Barabanov and L. Baudis and N. Barros and C. Bauer and E. Bellotti and S. Belogurov and G. Benato and A. Bettini and L. Bezrukov and T. Bode and D. Borowicz and V. Brudanin and R. Brugnera and D. Budj{\'a}{\vs} and A. Caldwell and C. Cattadori and A. Chernogorov and V. D'Andrea and {\'E}. Demidova and N. Di Marco and A. Domula and E. Doroshkevich and V. Egorov and R. Falkenstein and K. Freund and A. Gangapshev and A. Garfagnini and C. Gooch and P. Grabmayr and V. Gurentsov and K. Gusev and J. Hakenmueller and A. Hegai and M. Heisel and S. Hemmer and R. Hiller and W. Hofmann and M. Hult and L. Inzhechik and J. J. Cs{\'a}thy and J. Jochum and M. Junker and V. Kazalov and Y. Kerma{\"i}dic and T. Kihm and I. Kirpichnikov and A. Kirsch and A. Kish and A. Klimenko and R. Kneissl and K. Kn{\"o}pfle and O. Kochetov and V. Kornoukhov and V. Kuzminov and M. Laubenstein and A. Lazzaro and B. Lehnert and Y. Liao and M. Lindner and I. Lippi and A. Lubashevskiy and B. Lubsandorzhiev and G. Lutter and C. Macolino and B. Majorovits and W. Maneschg and G. Marissens and M. Miloradovic and R. Mingazheva and M. Misiaszek and P. Moseev and I. Nemchenok and K. Panas and L. Pandola and K. Pelczar and A. Pullia and C. Ransom and S. Riboldi and N. Rumyantseva and C. Sada and F. Salamida and M. Salathe and C. Schmitt and B. Schneider and S. Sch{\"o}nert and A. Sch{\"u}tz and O. Schulz and B. Schwingenheuer and O. Selivanenko and E. Shevchik and M. Shirchenko and H. Simgen and A. Smolnikov and L. Stanc̆o and L. Vanhoefer and A. Vasenko and A. Veresnikova and K. von Sturm and V. Wagner and A. Wegmann and T. Wester and C. Wiesinger and M. Wojcik and E. Yanovich and I. Zhitnikov and S. Zhukov and D. Zinatulina and A. Zsigmond and K. Zuber and G. Zuzel}, journal={The European physical journal. C, Particles and fields}, year={2019}, volume={79 11}, pages={ 978 } }

The GERmanium Detector Array (Gerda) is a low background experiment located at the Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso in Italy, which searches for neutrinoless double-beta decay of 76 Ge into 76 Se+2e - . Gerda has been conceived in two phases. Phase II, which started in December 2015, features several novelties including 30 new 76Ge enriched detectors. These were manufactured according to the Broad Energy Germanium (BEGe) detector design that has a better background discrimination capability… Expand

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