First results from the XENON10 dark matter experiment at the Gran Sasso National Laboratory.

@article{Angle2008FirstRF,
  title={First results from the XENON10 dark matter experiment at the Gran Sasso National Laboratory.},
  author={J. Angle and E. Aprile and F. Arneodo and L. Baudis and A. Bernstein and A. Bolozdynya and P. Brusov and L. C. Coelho and C. E. Dahl and L. deViveiros and A. Ferella and L. Fernandes and S. Fiorucci and R. Gaitskell and K. Giboni and R. G{\'o}mez and R. Hasty and L. Kastens and J. Kwong and J. Lopes and N. Madden and A. Manalaysay and A. Manzur and D. Mckinsey and M. Monzani and K. Ni and U. Oberlack and J. Orboeck and G. Plante and R. Santorelli and J. dos Santos and P. Shagin and T. Shutt and P. Sorensen and S. Schulte and C. Winant and M. Yamashita},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2008},
  volume={100 2},
  pages={
          021303
        }
}
  • J. Angle, E. Aprile, +34 authors M. Yamashita
  • Published 2008
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Physical review letters
  • The XENON10 experiment at the Gran Sasso National Laboratory uses a 15 kg xenon dual phase time projection chamber to search for dark matter weakly interacting massive particles (WIMPs). The detector measures simultaneously the scintillation and the ionization produced by radiation in pure liquid xenon to discriminate signal from background down to 4.5 keV nuclear-recoil energy. A blind analysis of 58.6 live days of data, acquired between October 6, 2006, and February 14, 2007, and using a… CONTINUE READING

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