# Implications on inelastic dark matter from 100 live days of XENON100 data

@article{Aprile2011ImplicationsOI,
title={Implications on inelastic dark matter from 100 live days of XENON100 data},
author={XENON100 Collaboration E. Aprile and K. Arisaka and F. Arneodo and A. Aski̇n and L. Baudis and A. Behrens and K. Bokeloh and E. Brown and T. Bruch and G. Bruno and J. Cardoso and W. Chen and B. Choi and D. Cline and E. Duchovni and S. Fattori and A. Ferella and F. Gao and K. Giboni and E. Gross and A. Kish and C. W. Lam and J. Lamblin and R. F. Lang and C. Levy and K. E. Lim and Q. Lin and S. Lindemann and M. Lindner and J. Lopes and K. Lung and T. M. Undagoitia and Y. Mei and A. Fernandez and K. Ni and U. Oberlack and S. Orrigo and E. Pantic and R. Persiani and G. Plante and A. Ribeiro and R. Santorelli and J. Santos and G. Sartorelli and M. Schumann and M. Selvi and P. Shagin and H. Simgen and A. Teymourian and D. Thers and O. Vitells and H. Wang and M. Weber and C. Weinheimer},
journal={Physical Review D},
year={2011},
volume={84},
pages={061101}
}
• XENON100 Collaboration E. Aprile, +51 authors C. Weinheimer
• Published 2011
• Physics
• Physical Review D
• The XENON100 experiment has recently completed a dark matter run with 100.9 live-days of data, taken from January to June 2010. Events in a 48kg fiducial volume in the energy range between 8.4 and 44.6 keVnr have been analyzed. A total of three events have been found in the predefined signal region, compatible with the background prediction of (1.8 \pm 0.6) events. Based on this analysis we present limits on the WIMP-nucleon cross section for inelastic dark matter. With the present data we are… CONTINUE READING

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