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Cryogenic Particle Detectors: Phonon Physics in Niobium

  • Richard Gaitskell
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In this paper we will detail some of the work being conducted in the Cryogenic Detector Group, at the Nuclear and Particle Physics Laboratory in Oxford, UK, in order to realise a new generation of particle detectors.

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  • Richard Gaitskell
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  1. 1.Department of PhysicsUniversity of Oxford Nuclear Physics LaboratoryOxfordUK

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