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  • gaseous
  • We discuss the potential of gaseous xenon to distinguish between electron and nuclear recoils through the ratio of these two signals S2/S1. (osti.gov)
  • high pressures we envision a dual-purpose, ton-scale gaseous xenon detector capable of a combined search for WIMP dark matter and neutrinoless double beta decay. (osti.gov)
  • source
  • The recoils were produced by neutrons of approximately 2-6 MeV emitted from a radioisotope plutonium-beryllium source, and primary scintillation (S1) and electroluminescent photons produced by ionization (S2) were observed. (osti.gov)
  • phase
  • Though present-day large scale experiments use liquid xenon, the gas phase offers advantages favorable to both types of searches such as improved intrinsic energy resolution and fewer fluctuations in the partition of deposited energy between scintillation and ionization channels. (osti.gov)
  • medium
  • Xenon has recently been the medium of choice in several large scale detectors searching for WIMP dark matter and neutrinoless double beta decay. (osti.gov)
  • washout
  • Monitoring adipose tissue blood flow in man: a comparison between the (133)xenon washout method and microdialysis. (ox.ac.uk)
  • Dual-radioisotope (technetium time-activity and xenon washout: A technique used to lengthen4 new frontiers in mens sexual health refused), or unless a physician performs this in the postorgasmic refractory period have not yet been initiated. (healmyptsd.com)
  • liquid xenon
  • Though present-day large scale experiments use liquid xenon, the gas phase offers advantages favorable to both types of searches such as improved intrinsic energy resolution and fewer fluctuations in the partition of deposited energy between scintillation and ionization channels. (osti.gov)
  • The international collaboration of more than 165 researchers from 27 institutions, has successfully operated XENON1T, collecting an unprecedentedly large exposure of about 1 tonne x year with a 3D imaging liquid xenon time projection chamber. (purdue.edu)
  • Nuclear
  • Nuclear reprocessing, weapons tests, and nuclear accidents, such as the 2011 catastrophe in Japan, release xenon radioisotopes into the atmosphere. (blogspot.com)
  • Nuclear medicine depends on the properties of radioisotopes to either emit gamma rays that can be used to create images of organ function, or to emit beta or alpha particles can be used to treat cancers. (energy.gov)
  • We discuss the potential of gaseous xenon to distinguish between electron and nuclear recoils through the ratio of these two signals S2/S1. (osti.gov)
  • question
  • Measurement of the emitted radiation makes it possible to accurately monitor radioisotopes in the body and thus analyse the function of the organ or metabolism in question. (sckcen.be)
  • technologies
  • Conventional technologies for capturing xenon use activated charcoal, which is fine black carbon powder processed to be porous, with an effective surface area of 500 square meters a gram. (blogspot.com)
  • dark
  • Xenon has recently been the medium of choice in several large scale detectors searching for WIMP dark matter and neutrinoless double beta decay. (osti.gov)
  • high pressures we envision a dual-purpose, ton-scale gaseous xenon detector capable of a combined search for WIMP dark matter and neutrinoless double beta decay. (osti.gov)
  • high
  • We recently constructed a high pressure xenon gas TPC as a prototype for the NEXT (Neutrino Experiment with a Xenon TPC) neutrinoless double beta decay experiment and have demonstrated the feasibility of 0.5% FWHM energy resolution at the 136 Xe double beta Q-value with 3-D tracking capabilities. (osti.gov)
  • scientific
  • Radioisotopes widely used in medicine, industry and scientific research, new applications for their use constantly being developed ester names derived from parent alcohol acid, where latter be organic inorganic. (urlaubsreporter.info)
  • approximately
  • The recoils were produced by neutrons of approximately 2-6 MeV emitted from a radioisotope plutonium-beryllium source, and primary scintillation (S1) and electroluminescent photons produced by ionization (S2) were observed. (osti.gov)