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EXO: Enriched Xenon
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help EXO-200 Sets New Limit on 0νββ in 136Xe
About EXO...
The Enriched Xenon Observatory is an experiment in particle physics aiming to detect "neutrino-less double beta decay" using large amounts of xenon isotopically enriched in the isotope 136. A 200-kg detector using liquid Xe is currently being installed at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) near Carlsbad, New Mexico. Many research and development efforts are underway for a ton-scale experiment, with the goal of probing new physics and the mass of the neutrino.
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WIPP -
									      Colorado - Irvine - Maryland
NSERC -
									      Laurentian - Neuchatel - SLAC - Carleton
DOE - Alabama
									     - Caltech - Stanford - ITEP