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Latest results from the CUORE experiment on double beta decay of $^{130}Te$ to the first $0^+$ excited state of $^{130}Xe$

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Mr Guido Fantini (Università di Roma La Sapienza)


The CUORE experiment is the largest bolometric array ever built with the main goal of searching for the lepton flavor violating neutrinoless double beta decay of $^{130}\mathrm{Te}$. The closely packed arrangement of the CUORE crystals allows us to look for coincident signals between detectors. The latest results on $^{130}\mathrm{Te}$ $0\nu\beta\beta$ and $2\nu\beta\beta$ decay to the first $0^{+}$ excited state of $^{130}\mathrm{Xe}$ will be presented and discussed. The presence of de-excitation gammas in the final state helps reducing the background by studying coincident events in two or more bolometers.


Bayesian limit on $^{130}$Te $\beta\beta$ decay rate to $0^+_2$ excited state of $^{130}$Xe

Experiment/Collaboration CUORE collaboration

Primary author

Mr Guido Fantini (Università di Roma La Sapienza)

Presentation Materials