Constraints on low-mass WIMP interactions on 19F from PICASSO

@article{Archambault2012ConstraintsOL,
  title={Constraints on low-mass WIMP interactions on 19F from PICASSO},
  author={The Veritas Collaboration S. Archambault and Ed Behnke and Pijushpani Bhattacharjee and Sudeb Bhattacharya and Xingchao Dai and Mala Das and Anna Davour and F. Debris and N. Dhungana and Jacques Farine and S. Gagnebin and Gaston Giroux and E. Grace and Christopher M. Jackson and Alvine Kamaha and Carsten B. Krauss and S. Kumaratunga and M. Lafreni{\`e}re and Michel Laurin and Ian Timothy Lawson and L. P. Lessard and Ilan Levine and Caleb Levy and R. MacDonald and D. Marlisov and J-P. Martin and Pitam Mitra and Anthony James Noble and Maria Piro and R. B. Podviyanuk and Stanislav Posp{\'i}{\vs}il and Satyajit Saha and Olivia Scallon and Satyajit Seth and Nikolai Starinski and Ivan {\vS}tekl and Ubi F. Wichoski and T. Xie and Viktor Zacek},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
  year={2012},
  volume={711},
  pages={153-161}
}

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