Search for WIMP-129Xe inelastic scattering with particle identification in XMASS-I

@article{Collaboration2019SearchFW,
  title={Search for WIMP-129Xe inelastic scattering with particle identification in XMASS-I},
  author={Xmass Collaboration and T. Suzuki and Kazuo Abe and Katsuki Hiraide and Koichi Ichimura and Yasuhiro Kishimoto and K. Kobayashi and M. Kobayashi and S. Moriyama and M. Nakahata and Hiroshi Ogawa and K. Sato and Hiroyuki Sekiya and Atsushi Takeda and Shigeki Tasaka and Masaki Yamashita and B. S. Yang and N. Y. Kim and Y. D. Kim and Yoshitaka Itow and K Kanzawa and Kimiaki Masuda and Kai Martens and Y. Suzuki and B. D. Xu and Kentaro Miuchi and N. Oka and Y. Takeuchi and Y. H. Kim and K. B. Lee and M. K. P. Lee and Yoshiyuki Fukuda and Masahiro Miyasaka and Kyoshi Nishijima and Koichi Fushimi and Gakuji Kanzaki and S. Nakamura},
  journal={Astroparticle Physics},
  year={2019}
}
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