Physics from solar neutrinos in dark matter direct detection experiments

@article{Cerdeo2016PhysicsFS,
  title={Physics from solar neutrinos in dark matter direct detection experiments},
  author={David G. Cerde{\~n}o and Malcolm Fairbairn and Thomas Jubb and Pedro A. N. Machado and Aaron C. Vincent and C{\'e}line B{\oe}hm},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2016},
  volume={2016},
  pages={1-25}
}
A bstractThe next generation of dark matter direct detection experiments will be sensitive to both coherent neutrino-nucleus and neutrino-electron scattering. This will enable them to explore aspects of solar physics, perform the lowest energy measurement of the weak angle sin2 θW to date, and probe contributions from new theories with light mediators. In this article, we compute the projected nuclear and electron recoil rates expected in several dark matter direct detection experiments due to… 
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