Molybdenum containing scintillating bolometers for double-beta decay search (LUMINEU program)

Abstract : A scintillating bolometer technology, promising to be used in a next-generation cryogenic experiment to search for neutrinoless double-beta decay, is currently under development within the LUMINEU (Luminescent Underground Molybdenum Investigation for NEU-trino mass and nature) program. The recent results about the R&D; of high quality large volume molybdenum containing crystal scintillators (zinc and lithium molybdates), including ones produced from 100 Mo-enriched powder, and aboveground / underground tests of cryogenic detectors based on these crystals are presented here.
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D.V. Poda, L. Bergé, R.S. Boiko, M. Chapellier, D.M. Chernyak, et al.. Molybdenum containing scintillating bolometers for double-beta decay search (LUMINEU program). 3rd French-Ukrainian workshop on the instrumentation developments for HEP, Oct 2015, Orsay, France. ⟨in2p3-01333292⟩

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