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A LIKELIHOOD RATIO ALGORITHM FOR REMOVING LOCALIZED ALPHA PARTICLE BACKGROUNDS IN THE DEAP-3600 DETECTORDownload
DEAP-3600 (Dark Matter Experiment using Argon for Pulse shape discrimination) is a single phase dark matter experiment using a tonne-scale mass of liquid argon as a target to observe spin-independent interactions with Weakly Interacting Massive Particles (WIMPs). Alpha decays from radioactive...
A Search for Dark Matter Interactions in the DEAP 3600 Detector Using Fiducial Masses Ranging from 1433 to 2966 kgDownload
The DEAP-3600 detector is a single-phase direct-detection Dark Matter (DM) experiment located 2 km underground at SNOLAB in Sudbury, Canada. The detector consists of 3279 kg of liquid Argon contained in a spherical acrylic vessel. DEAP-3600 was specifically designed to search for direct detection...
Identification of, and discrimination against, background radiation is of the utmost importance in dark matter searches. DEAP-3600 (Dark Matter Experiment using Argon Pulse shape discrimination) is a single phase, direct dark matter detector with a 3300 kg liquid argon target housed in a...
The DEAP-3600 experiment is a 3,600 kg Liquid Argon (LAr) target scintillation detector designed to detect the Weakly Interacting Massive Particle (WIMP) dark matter candidate. The detector works by detecting photons released by nuclear recoils of Argon nuclei, using an array of 255 nearly...
Dark Matter is a fundamental building block and is essential for the universe to be understood on many scales. Currently, the top candidate for Dark Matter is a weakly interacting massive particle (WIMP). The DEAP-3600 experiment was built to search for rare interactions between baryonic matter...