Light Scattering and Absorption due to Bacterial Activity in Water


There is a growing class of elementary particle detectors ("Large Water Cerenkov Detectors") which have a body of water (thousands of tons) as a sensitive medium. Particles are detected when they interact with the water and produce Cerenkov light, so detection efficiency relies on the transparency of the water. These detectors are active typically for many… (More)


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