Dark matter results from 225 live days of XENON100 data.

  title={Dark matter results from 225 live days of XENON100 data.},
  author={Elena Aprile and Matteo Alfonsi and Katsushi Arisaka and Francesco Arneodo and C. Balan and L. Baudis and Boris Bauermeister and Annika Behrens and Paolo Beltrame and Karen Bokeloh and Ethan Brown and Gianmarco Bruno and Ranny Budnik and Jo{\~a}o M. R. Cardoso and W.-T. Chen and B. Choi and David B. Cline and Auke-Pieter Colijn and H. A. Contreras and J. P. Cussonneau and M. P. Decowski and Ehud Duchovni and Sara Fattori and Alfredo Davide Ferella and Walter Fulgione and F. Gao and Marco Garbini and Chamkaur Ghag and Karl Ludwig Giboni and L. W. Goetzke and Cyril Grignon and E. K. U. Gross and Wolfgang Hampel and Florian Kaether and Alexander Kish and Jacob Lamblin and Hagar Landsman and Rafael Florian Lang and M Le Calloch and Cecilia Levy and K. E. Lim and Qing Lin and Sebastian Lindemann and Manfred Lindner and Jos{\'e} A. M. Lopes and K. Lung and T. Marrod{\'a}n Undagoitia and Fabio Valerio Massoli and A J Melgarejo Fernandez and Yue Meng and Andrea Molinario and E. Nativ and Kaixiang Ni and Uwe G. Oberlack and S. E. A. Orrigo and Emilija Pantic and Rino Persiani and Guillaume Plante and Nadav Priel and Alfio Rizzo and S. S. E. Rosendahl and Joaquim M. F. dos Santos and Gabriella Sartorelli and Jochen Schreiner and Marc Schumann and L. Scotto Lavina and Paul Scovell and Marco Selvi and Peter Shagin and Hardy Simgen and A. Teymourian and Dominique Thers and Ofer Vitells and H. G. Wang and M. Weber and Christian Weinheimer},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  volume={109 18},
We report on a search for particle dark matter with the XENON100 experiment, operated at the Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso for 13 months during 2011 and 2012. XENON100 features an ultralow electromagnetic background of (5.3 ± 0.6) × 10(-3) events/(keV(ee) × kg × day) in the energy region of interest. A blind analysis of 224.6 live days × 34 kg exposure has yielded no evidence for dark matter interactions. The two candidate events observed in the predefined nuclear recoil energy range of 6… Expand
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