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Results from the CUORE-0 experiment

  • Author(s): Canonica, L
  • Alduino, C
  • Alfonso, K
  • Artusa, DR
  • Avignone, FT
  • Azzolini, O
  • Banks, TI
  • Bari, G
  • Beeman, JW
  • Bellini, F
  • Bersani, A
  • Biassoni, M
  • Brofferio, C
  • Bucci, C
  • Caminata, A
  • Cao, XG
  • Capelli, S
  • Cappelli, L
  • Carbone, L
  • Cardani, L
  • Carniti, P
  • Casali, N
  • Cassina, L
  • Chiesa, D
  • Chott, N
  • Clemenza, M
  • Copello, S
  • Cosmelli, C
  • Cremonesi, O
  • Creswick, RJ
  • Cushman, JS
  • Dafinei, I
  • Dally, A
  • Davis, CJ
  • Dell'Oro, S
  • Deninno, MM
  • Di Domizio, S
  • Di Vacri, ML
  • Drobizhev, A
  • Fang, DQ
  • Faverzani, M
  • Fernandes, G
  • Ferri, E
  • Ferroni, F
  • Fiorini, E
  • Fujikawa, BK
  • Giachero, A
  • Gironi, L
  • Giuliani, A
  • Gladstone, L
  • Gorla, P
  • Gotti, C
  • Gutierrez, TD
  • Haller, EE
  • Han, K
  • Hansen, E
  • Heeger, KM
  • Hennings-Yeomans, R
  • Hickerson, KP
  • Huang, HZ
  • Kadel, R
  • Keppel, G
  • Yu Kolomensky, G
  • Lim, KE
  • Liu, X
  • Ma, YG
  • Maino, M
  • et al.
Abstract

The CUORE-0 experiment searched for neutrinoless double beta decay in130Te using an array of 52 tellurium dioxide crystals, operated as bolometers at a temperature of 10 mK. It took data in the Gran Sasso National Laboratory (Italy) since March 2013 to March 2015. We present the results of a search for neutrinoless double beta decay in 9.8 kg-years130Te exposure that allowed us to set the most stringent limit to date on this half-life. The performance of the detector in terms of background and energy resolution is also reported.

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