First Dark Matter Search Results from the XENON1T Experiment.

  title={First Dark Matter Search Results from the XENON1T Experiment.},
  author={Elena Aprile and J. Aalbers and F. Agostini and Matteo Alfonsi and Fernando Domingues Amaro and Matthew Anthony and Francesco Arneodo and Peter Barrow and L. Baudis and Boris Bauermeister and Mohamed Lotfi Benabderrahmane and Thomas Berger and Pieter A Breur and A. M. Brown and A. M. Brown and Ethan Brown and S. Bruenner and Gianmarco Bruno and Ranny Budnik and Lukas B{\"u}tikofer and Jakob Calv{\'e}n and Jo{\~a}o M. R. Cardoso and Mayra Cervantes and Dominick Cichon and Daniel Coderre and Auke-Pieter Colijn and Jan Conrad and J. P. Cussonneau and M. P. Decowski and Patrick de Perio and Pietro Di Gangi and Adriano Di Giovanni and Sara Diglio and Guillaume Eurin and Jia Fei and Alfredo D. Ferella and Alexander Fieguth and Walter Fulgione and Andrea Gallo Rosso and Michelle Galloway and F. Gao and Marco Garbini and Robert Gardner and Christoph Geis and L. W. Goetzke and Luca Grandi and Zachary Greene and Cyril Grignon and Constanze Hasterok and Erik J. Hogenbirk and Joseph Howlett and Ran Itay and Basho Kaminsky and Shingo Kazama and Gaudenz Kessler and Alexander Kish and Hagar Landsman and Rafael F. Lang and D. Lellouch and Lorne Levinson and Q. Lin and Sebastian Lindemann and Manfred Lindner and Francesco Lombardi and Jos{\'e} A. M. Lopes and Alessandro Manfredini and Ioana Codrina Mariş and Teresa Marrod{\'a}n Undagoitia and Julien Masbou and Fabio Valerio Massoli and Darryl Masson and Daniel Mayani and Marcello Messina and K. Micheneau and Andrea Molinario and Knut Dundas Mora and Michael Murra and Junji Naganoma and Kaixiang Ni and Uwe G. Oberlack and Payam Pakarha and Bart Pelssers and Rino Persiani and Francesco Piastra and Jacques L. Pienaar and V. Pizzella and Maria Piro and Guillaume Plante and Nadav Priel and Ludwig Rauch and Shayne Reichard and Cassie A. Reuter and Benedikt Riedel and Alfio Rizzo and S. S. E. Rosendahl and Natascha Rupp and R. Saldanha and Joaquim Marques Ferreira dos Santos and Gabriella Sartorelli and M. Scheibelhut and Sabine Schindler and Jochen Schreiner and Marc Schumann and L. Scotto Lavina and Marco Selvi and Peter Shagin and Evan Shockley and M. Silva and Hardy Simgen and M. von Sivers and A. Stein and Suchandra Thapa and Dominique Thers and A. Tiseni and G. C. Trinchero and Christopher Tunnell and M. A. Vargas and N. Upole and H. G. Wang and Z Wang and Y. Wei and Christian Weinheimer and Julien Wulf and J. Ye and Y. Zhang and T. Zhu},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  volume={119 18},
We report the first dark matter search results from XENON1T, a ∼2000-kg-target-mass dual-phase (liquid-gas) xenon time projection chamber in operation at the Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso in Italy and the first ton-scale detector of this kind. The blinded search used 34.2 live days of data acquired between November 2016 and January 2017. Inside the (1042±12)-kg fiducial mass and in the [5,40]  keV_{nr} energy range of interest for weakly interacting massive particle (WIMP) dark matter… 

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