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Title: New limits on the resonant absorption of solar axions obtained with a $$^\mathbf {169}$$Tm-containing cryogenic detector
Authors: Abdelhameed, A. H.
Bakhlanov, S. V.
Bauer, P.
Bento, A. 
Bertoldo, E.
Canonica, L.
Derbin, A. V.
Drachnev, I. S.
Iachellini, N. Ferreiro
Fuchs, D.
Hauff, D. 
Laubenstein, M. 
Lis, D. A.
Lomskaya, I. S.
Mancuso, M.
Muratova, V. N.
Nagorny, S.
Nisi, S. 
Petricca, F. 
Proebst, F.
Rothe, J.
Ryabchenkov, V. V.
Sarkisov, S. E.
Semenov, D. A.
Subbotin, K. A.
Trushin, M. V.
Unzhakov, E. V.
Zharikov, E. V.
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Springer Nature
Project: Russian Foundation for Basic Research (Grant Numbers #19-02-00097 and #20-02-00571) 
NRC “Kurchatov Institute” provided by administrative order #1808 of 14.08.2019 
Serial title, monograph or event: European Physical Journal C
Volume: 80
Issue: 5
Abstract: A search for resonant absorption of solar axions by 169Tm nuclei was carried out. A newly developed approach involving low-background cryogenic bolometer based on Tm3Al5O12 crystal was used that allowed for significant improvement of sensitivity in comparison with previous 169Tm based experiments. Themeasurements performed with 8.18 g crystal during 6.6 days exposure yielded the following limits on axion couplings: |gAγ (g0 AN + g3 AN) ≤ 1.44×10−14 GeV−1 and |gAe(g0 AN +g3 AN) ≤ 2.81×10−16.
ISSN: 1434-6044
DOI: 10.1140/epjc/s10052-020-7943-5
Rights: openAccess
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