The K.G.F. Nucleon Decay Experiment
A 140 ton nucleon decay detector is in operation in the Kolar Gold Mines in India at a depth of 2300 metres since November 1980. The experimental details, the method of analysis and the results obtained after different periods of observation are available in a series of earlier publications(1).
KeywordsZenith Angle Neutrino Interaction Single Track Visible Energy Atmospheric Muon
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