ZEPLIN-II limits on WIMP-nucelon interactions
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Pinto Da Cunha, J.
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Alner, G. and Araujo, H. and Bewick, A. and Bungau, C. and Camanzi, B. and Carson, M. and Cashmore, R. et al. 2009. ZEPLIN-II limits on WIMP-nucelon interactions, pp. 218-223.
AIP Conference Proceedings
Department of Exploration Geophysics
ZEPLIN II is a two-phase xenon detector designed to detect dark matter in the form of Weakly Interacting Massive Particles (WIMPs). Following the first 31-day underground run in Boidby Mine, UK, the collaboration published dark matter Umits in January 2007; the first such limits using two-phase xenon technology. We outline the key detector design, performance and residts here. © 2009 American Institute of Physics.