Improved measurements of the β -decay response of liquid xenon with the LUX detector
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Improved measurements of the β -decay response of liquid xenon with the LUX detector

  • Author(s): Akerib, DS
  • Alsum, S
  • Araújo, HM
  • Bai, X
  • Balajthy, J
  • Baxter, A
  • Beltrame, P
  • Bernard, EP
  • Bernstein, A
  • Biesiadzinski, TP
  • Boulton, EM
  • Boxer, B
  • Brás, P
  • Burdin, S
  • Byram, D
  • Carmona-Benitez, MC
  • Chan, C
  • Cutter, JE
  • de Viveiros, L
  • Druszkiewicz, E
  • Fallon, SR
  • Fan, A
  • Fiorucci, S
  • Gaitskell, RJ
  • Genovesi, J
  • Ghag, C
  • Gilchriese, MGD
  • Gwilliam, C
  • Hall, CR
  • Haselschwardt, SJ
  • Hertel, SA
  • Hogan, DP
  • Horn, M
  • Huang, DQ
  • Ignarra, CM
  • Jacobsen, RG
  • Jahangir, O
  • Ji, W
  • Kamdin, K
  • Kazkaz, K
  • Khaitan, D
  • Korolkova, EV
  • Kravitz, S
  • Kudryavtsev, VA
  • Leason, E
  • Lenardo, BG
  • Lesko, KT
  • Liao, J
  • Lin, J
  • Lindote, A
  • Lopes, MI
  • Manalaysay, A
  • Mannino, RL
  • Marangou, N
  • Marzioni, MF
  • McKinsey, DN
  • Mei, D-M
  • Moongweluwan, M
  • Morad, JA
  • Murphy, A St J
  • Naylor, A
  • Nehrkorn, C
  • Nelson, HN
  • Neves, F
  • Nilima, A
  • Oliver-Mallory, KC
  • Palladino, KJ
  • Pease, EK
  • Riffard, Q
  • Rischbieter, GRC
  • Rhyne, C
  • Rossiter, P
  • Shaw, S
  • Shutt, TA
  • Silva, C
  • Solmaz, M
  • Solovov, VN
  • Sorensen, P
  • Sumner, TJ
  • Szydagis, M
  • Taylor, DJ
  • Taylor, R
  • Taylor, WC
  • Tennyson, BP
  • Terman, PA
  • Tiedt, DR
  • To, WH
  • Tripathi, M
  • Tvrznikova, L
  • Utku, U
  • Uvarov, S
  • Vacheret, A
  • Velan, V
  • Webb, RC
  • White, JT
  • Whitis, TJ
  • Witherell, MS
  • Wolfs, FLH
  • Woodward, D
  • Xu, J
  • Zhang, C
  • et al.
Abstract

We report results from an extensive set of measurements of the \b{eta}-decay response in liquid xenon.These measurements are derived from high-statistics calibration data from injected sources of both $^{3}$H and $^{14}$C in the LUX detector. The mean light-to-charge ratio is reported for 13 electric field values ranging from 43 to 491 V/cm, and for energies ranging from 1.5 to 145 keV.

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