The microcalorimeter arrays for a rhenium experiment ( MARE ) : A next-generation calorimetric neutrino mass experiment

@inproceedings{Monfardini2005TheMA,
  title={The microcalorimeter arrays for a rhenium experiment ( MARE ) : A next-generation calorimetric neutrino mass experiment},
  author={Alessandro Monfardini and Chiara Arnaboldi and Chiara Brofferio and Sofia Capelli and Francesco Capozzi and O. Cremonesi and Christian Enss and Ettore Fiorini and Andreas Fleischmann and L. Foggetta and Gennaro Gallinaro and Laura Rosa Gastaldo and Fabien Gatti and Andrea Ernesto Guido Giuliani and Pavan Kumar Gorla and Rachael Sian Kelley and Caroline A. Kilbourne and B. Margesin and D. Mccammon and Claudia Nones and A Nucciotti and Marcella Pavan and Marisa Pedretti and Daniele Pergolesi and Gianluigi Pessina and Frederick Scott Porter and Mike Prest and E. Previtali and Piermario Repetto and M. Ribeiro-Gomez and Samuele Sangiorgio and M. Sisti},
  year={2005}
}
Neutrino oscillation experiments have proved that neutrinos are massive particles, but cannot determine their absolute mass scale. Therefore the neutrino mass is still an open question in elementary particle physics. An international collaboration is growing around the project of Microcalorimeter Arrays for a Rhenium Experiment (MARE) for directly measuring the neutrino mass with a sensitivity of about 0.2 eV/c. Many groups are joining their experiences and technical expertise in a common… CONTINUE READING

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