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Scholberg, Kate (2005)
Languages: English
Types: Preprint
Subjects: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology, High Energy Physics - Experiment

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arxiv: High Energy Physics::Experiment, Physics::Instrumentation and Detectors, Nuclear Theory, Nuclear Experiment, High Energy Physics::Phenomenology
Rates of coherent neutrino-nucleus elastic scattering at a high-intensity stopped-pion neutrino source in various detector materials (relevant for novel low-threshold detectors) are calculated. Sensitivity of a coherent neutrino-nucleus elastic scattering experiment to new physics is also explored.
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