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Title: Sensitivity of a tonne-scale NEXT detector for neutrinoless double-beta decay searches
Authors: Adams, C.
Álvarez, V 
Arazi, L.
Arnquist, I. J.
Azevedo, C. D. R
Bailey, K.
Ballester, F.
Benlloch-Rodríguez, J. M.
Borges, F. I. G. M. 
Byrnes, N.
Cárcel, S.
Carrión, J. V.
Cebrián, S.
Church, E.
Conde, C. A. N. 
Contreras, T.
Denisenko, A. A.
Díaz, G.
Díaz, J.
Escada, J. 
Esteve, R. 
Felkai, R.
Fernandes, L. M. P. 
Ferrario, P 
Ferreira, A L 
Foss, F.
Freitas, E. 
Freixa, Z.
Generowicz, J.
Goldschmidt, A 
Gomez-Cadenas, Juan Jose 
González, R.
González-Díaz, D. 
Gosh, S.
Guenette, R.
Gutiérrez, R. M.
Haefner, J.
Hafidi, K.
Hauptman, J 
Henriques, C. A. O. 
Hernando Morata, J. A.
Herrero, P.
Herrero, V.
Ho, J.
Ifergan, Y.
Jones, B. J. P.
Kekic, M.
Labarga, L. 
Laing, A 
Lebrun, P.
López-March, N.
Losada, M 
Mano, R.D.P. 
Martín-Albo, J. 
Martínez, A.
Martínez-Vara, M.
Martínez-Lema, G.
McDonald, A. D.
Meziani, Z. E.
Monrabal, F. 
Monteiro, C. M. B. 
Mora, F. J. 
Muñoz Vidal, J.
Newhouse, C.
Novella, P.
Nygren, D. R.
Oblak, E.
Palmeiro, B.
Para, A. 
Pérez, J. 
Querol, M.
Redwine, A.
Renner, J. 
Ripoll, L. 
Rivilla, I.
Rodríguez García, Y.
Rodríguez, J. 
Rogero, C.
Rogers, L.
Romeo, B.
Romo-Luque, C.
Santos, F. P. 
Santos, J. M. F. dos 
Simón, A. 
Sorel, M. 
Stanford, C.
Teixeira, J. M. R. 
Thapa, P.
Toledo, J. F. 
Torrent, J. 
Usón, A.
Veloso, J. F. C. A. 
Vuong, T. T.
Webb, R. 
Weiss-Babai, R.
White, J. T. 
Woodruff, K.
Yahlali, N. 
Keywords: Dark Matter and Double Beta Decay (experiments)
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Springer Nature
Serial title, monograph or event: Journal of High Energy Physics
Volume: 2021
Issue: 8
Abstract: The Neutrino Experiment with a Xenon TPC (NEXT) searches for the neutrinoless double-beta (0 ) decay of 136Xe using high-pressure xenon gas TPCs with electroluminescent amplification. A scaled-up version of this technology with about 1 tonne of enriched xenon could reach in less than 5 years of operation a sensitivity to the half-life of 0 decay better than 1027 years, improving the current limits by at least one order of magnitude. This prediction is based on a well-understood background model dominated by radiogenic sources. The detector concept presented here represents a first step on a compelling path towards sensitivity to the parameter space defined by the inverted ordering of neutrino masses, and beyond.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10316/105004
ISSN: 1029-8479
DOI: 10.1007/JHEP08(2021)164
Rights: openAccess
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