Silicon detector dark matter results from the final exposure of CDMS II.

@article{Agnese2013SiliconDD,
  title={Silicon detector dark matter results from the final exposure of CDMS II.},
  author={Robert Agnese and Zeeshan Ahmed and Adam J. Anderson and Sebastian Arrenberg and D. Balakishiyeva and R. Basu Thakur and Daniel A. Bauer and Julien Billard and A. W. Borgland and D. Brandt and Paul L. Brink and Tobias Bruch and Raymond A. Bunker and Blas Cabrera and David O. Caldwell and David G. Cerde{\~n}o and Hassan Chagani and Jodi Cooley and Brett Cornell and C. H. Crewdson and Priscilla Brooks Cushman and Miguel Daal and F. Dejongh and E. do Couto e Silva and Todd Doughty and L. Esteban and Scott Fallows and Enectal{\'i} Figueroa-Feliciano and J. P. Filippini and John Fox and Matthew C Fritts and Gary Lunt Godfrey and Sunil R. Golwala and J. C. Hall and R. H. Harris and Scott A. Hertel and T. Hofer and D. J. Holmgren and Lauren Hsu and Martin E Huber and Andrew Jastram and O. I. Kamaev and B. Kara and Michael Kelsey and Allison Kennedy and P. Kim and M. Kiveni and Kathrin Koch and M. S. Kos and Steven W. Leman and Benjamin Loer and E. Lopez Asamar and Rupak Mahapatra and Vuk Mandic and C. Martinez and Kevin A. McCarthy and Nader Mirabolfathi and Robert A. Moffatt and David C Moore and Patrick Nadeau and R. H. Nelson and K. Page and R. Partridge and Mark Pepin and Arran Phipps and Kunj Prasad and Matthew Pyle and Hang Qiu and Wolfgang Rau and Peter Christian Redl and Angela Reisetter and Y. Ricci and Tarek Saab and Bernard Sadoulet and Joel Sander and Kristiana E. Schneck and Richard W. Schnee and Silvia Scorza and Bruno Serfass and B. Shank and Danielle Speller and Kyle M. Sundqvist and Anthony Nicholas Villano and Bradford Welliver and Dh Wright and S. Yellin and Jeffrey J. Yen and J. Yoo and Betty A. Young and Jie Zhang},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2013},
  volume={111 25},
  pages={
          251301
        }
}
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