Projected WIMP sensitivity of the LUX-ZEPLIN dark matter experiment

@article{Akerib2020ProjectedWS,
  title={Projected WIMP sensitivity of the LUX-ZEPLIN dark matter experiment},
  author={D. S. Akerib and Carl W. Akerlof and Shaun Alsum and Henrique Ara{\'u}jo and M. Arthurs and Xinzhan Bai and A. J. Bailey and Jon Balajthy and S. N. Balashov and Daniel A. Bauer and J. Belle and Paolo Beltrame and T. Benson and Ethan P. Bernard and Tomasz P. Biesiadzinski and K. Boast and B. Boxer and P. Br'as and James H. Buckley and Viatcheslav Bugaev and Sergey Burdin and Jerome K. Busenitz and Cees Carels and Duncan Carlsmith and B. Carlson and M. C. Carmona-Benitez and C. Chan and J. J. Cherwinka and Amanda Cole and Andrew E. Cottle and W. W. Craddock and A. Currie and Jacob Cutter and Carl Eric Dahl and L. de Viveiros and Attila Dobi and J. E. Y. Dobson and Eryk Druszkiewicz and Timothy K. Edberg and W. R. Edwards and Alden Fan and Simon Fayer and S. Fiorucci and Thomas Fruth and R. J. Gaitskell and J. Genovesi and Chamkaur Ghag and M. G. D. Gilchriese and M. G. D. van der Grinten and Charla R. Hall and Sunej Hans and Kelly Hanzel and Scott Haselschwardt and Scott A. Hertel and Seth Hillbrand and C. Hjemfelt and Marie D. Hoff and J. Y-K. Hor and D. Q. Huang and Christina M Ignarra and Wei Ji and Asher Kaboth and Katayun Kamdin and J. W. Keefner and Dev Ashish Khaitan and A. Yu. Khazov and Y. D. Kim and C. D. Kocher and Elena Korolkova and Hans Kraus and H. James Krebs and Lukasz Kreczko and Benjamin E. Krikler and V. A. Kudryavtsev and S. Kyre and J. Lee and Brian Lenardo and David Leonard and Kevin T. Lesko and Cecilia Levy and J. Li and J. P. Liao and F. T. Liao and J. Lin and A Lindote and R. E. Linehan and W. Hugh Lippincott and X. Liu and M. I. Lopes and B. L{\'o}pez Paredes and Wolfgang Lorenzon and S. Luitz and J. M. Lyle and P. A. Majewski and Aaron Manalaysay and Rachel Mannino and Carl Maupin and D. N. Mckinsey and Yue Meng and Eric H. Miller and Jeremy A. Mock and M. E. Monzani and James Morad and E C Morrison and Brianna J. Mount and Alexander Murphy and Harry Norman Nelson and Fernando A. Das Neves and Jonathan Nikoleyczik and Kevin O'Sullivan and I. Olcina and M. A. Olevitch and Kelsey Oliver-Mallory and K. J. Palladino and Stephen J. Patton and E. K. Pease and B Penning and Andreas Piepke and S. Powell and R. M. Preece and Kirill Pushkin and B. N. Ratcliff and Juergen Reichenbacher and C. A. Rhyne and Alexander Richards and Jo{\~a}o Paulo Rodrigues and Richard Rosero and Paul L. Rossiter and J. S. Saba and Michael Sarychev and Richard W. Schnee and Michael S. Schubnell and Paul Scovell and S. Shaw and Thomas Alan Shutt and James J. Silk and C. Silva and K. Skarpaas and Wojtek Skulski and Melih Solmaz and V. N. Solovov and Peter F. Sorensen and I. Stancu and M. R. Stark and Tobias Stiegler and Kelly Stifter and Matthew Szydagis and W. C. Taylor and R. Taylor and D. J. Taylor and Dylan J. Temples and P. A. Terman and K. Jessica Thomas and M. Timalsina and Wing H. To and A. Tom'as and Terry Tope and M. Tripathi and Craig E. Tull and Lucie Tvrznikova and U. Utku and Jaroslav Va'vra and A Vacheret and James Verbus and Erik A. Voirin and William L. Waldron and Julian Watson and Robert C. Webb and D. T. White and T. J. Whitis and Władysław Wiśniewski and Michael S. Witherell and F. L. H. Wolfs and David Woodward and S. D. Worm and Minfang Yeh and J. Yin and I. Young},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2020}
}
Author(s): Akerib, DS; Akerlof, CW; Alsum, SK; Araujo, HM; Arthurs, M; Bai, X; Bailey, AJ; Balajthy, J; Balashov, S; Bauer, D; Belle, J; Beltrame, P; Benson, T; Bernard, EP; Biesiadzinski, TP; Boast, KE; Boxer, B; Bras, P; Buckley, JH; Bugaev, VV; Burdin, S; Busenitz, JK; Carels, C; Carlsmith, DL; Carlson, B; Carmona-Benitez, MC; Chan, C; Cherwinka, JJ; Cole, A; Cottle, A; Craddock, WW; Currie, A; Cutter, JE; Dahl, CE; De Viveiros, L; Dobi, A; Dobson, JEY; Druszkiewicz, E; Edberg, TK; Edwards… 

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