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The CUORE cryostat and its bolometric detector

  • Author(s): Santone, D
  • Alduino, C
  • Alfonso, K
  • Artusa, DR
  • Avignone, FT
  • Azzolini, O
  • Banks, TI
  • Bari, G
  • Beeman, JW
  • Bellini, F
  • Bersani, A
  • Biassoni, M
  • Branca, A
  • Brofferio, C
  • Bucci, C
  • Camacho, A
  • Caminata, A
  • Canonica, L
  • 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
  • D'Addabbo, A
  • Dafinei, I
  • 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
  • Franceschi, MA
  • Freedman, SJ
  • 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
  • Kolomensky, YG
  • et al.
Abstract

© 2017 IOP Publishing Ltd and Sissa Medialab srl. CUORE is a cryogenic detector that will be operated at LNGS to search for neutrinoless double beta decay (0ββ) of 130Te. The detector installation was completed in summer 2016. Before the installation, several cold runs were done to test the cryogenic system performance. In the last cold run the base temperature of 6.3mK was reached in stable condition. CUORE-0, a CUORE prototype, has proven the feasibility of CUORE, demonstrating that the target background of 0.01 counts/keV/kg/y and the energy resolution of 5 keV are within reach.

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