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The ArDM experiment

  • Author(s): Harańczyk, M
  • Amsler, C
  • Badertscher, A
  • Boccone, V
  • Bourgeois, N
  • Bueno, A
  • Carmona-Benitez, MC
  • Chorowski, M
  • Creus, W
  • Curioni, A
  • Daw, E
  • Degunda, U
  • Dell'Antone, A
  • Dröge, M
  • Epprecht, L
  • Haller, C
  • Horikawa, S
  • Kaufmann, L
  • Kisiel, J
  • Knecht, L
  • Laffranchi, M
  • Lagoda, J
  • Lazzaro, C
  • Lightfoot, P
  • Lozano, J
  • Lussi, D
  • Maire, G
  • Mania, S
  • Marchionni, A
  • Mavrokoridis, K
  • Melgarejo, A
  • Mijakowski, P
  • Natterer, G
  • Navas-Concha, S
  • Otiougova, P
  • Piotrowska, A
  • Poliński, J
  • De Prado, M
  • Przewłocki, P
  • Ravat, S
  • Regenfus, C
  • Resnati, F
  • Robinson, M
  • Rochet, J
  • Romero, L
  • Rondio, E
  • Rubbia, A
  • Scotto-Lavina, L
  • Spooner, N
  • Viant, T
  • Trawiński, A
  • Ulbricht, J
  • Zalewska, A
  • et al.

Published Web Location

http://www.actaphys.uj.edu.pl/fulltext?series=Reg&vol=41&page=1441
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Abstract

The aim of the ArDM project is the development and operation of a one ton double-phase liquid argon detector for direct Dark Matter searches. The detector measures both the scintillation light and the ionization charge from ionizing radiation using two independent readout systems. This paper briefly describes the detector concept and presents preliminary results from the ArDM R&D program, including a 3 l prototype developed to test the charge readout system.

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