Status of the DEAP-3600 experiment

@article{Kuzniak2021StatusOT,
  title={Status of the DEAP-3600 experiment},
  author={M. Ku'zniak},
  journal={Journal of Physics: Conference Series},
  year={2021},
  volume={2156}
}
  • M. Ku'zniak
  • Published 4 November 2021
  • Physics
  • Journal of Physics: Conference Series
DEAP-3600 is a single-phase liquid argon (LAr) dark matter detector, located 2 km underground at SNOLAB in Sudbury, Canada, which started taking data in 2016. The detector is sensitive to nuclear recoils induced by scattering of dark matter particles, which would cause emission of prompt scintillation light. DEAP-3600 demonstrated excellent performance, holds the leading WIMP exclusion among LAr detectors, and published several physics results. The WIMP sensitivity of the detector is currently… 

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