In the field of Double Beta Decay (DBD) searches, the use of high resolution detectors in which background can be actively discriminated is very appealing. Scintillating bolometers containing a Double Beta Decay emitter can largely fulfill this very interesting possibility. In this paper we present the latest results obtained with CdWO4 and CaMoO4 crystals. Moreover we report, for the first time, a very interesting feature of CaMoO 4 bolometers: the possibility to discriminate β-γ events from those induced by α particles thanks to different thermal pulse shape

Gironi, L. (2010). Scintillating bolometers for Double Beta Decay search. In Proceedings of the 11th Pisa Meeting on Advanced Detectors (pp.478-481). Elsevier [10.1016/j.nima.2009.10.080].

Scintillating bolometers for Double Beta Decay search

GIRONI, LUCA
2010

Abstract

In the field of Double Beta Decay (DBD) searches, the use of high resolution detectors in which background can be actively discriminated is very appealing. Scintillating bolometers containing a Double Beta Decay emitter can largely fulfill this very interesting possibility. In this paper we present the latest results obtained with CdWO4 and CaMoO4 crystals. Moreover we report, for the first time, a very interesting feature of CaMoO 4 bolometers: the possibility to discriminate β-γ events from those induced by α particles thanks to different thermal pulse shape
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Bolometers; CaMoO 4; CdWO4; Double Beta Decay; Pulse shape discrimination (PSD); Scintillating
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Pisa Meeting on Advanced Detectors 11–21 May
Gironi, L. (2010). Scintillating bolometers for Double Beta Decay search. In Proceedings of the 11th Pisa Meeting on Advanced Detectors (pp.478-481). Elsevier [10.1016/j.nima.2009.10.080].
Gironi, L
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