13 December 2000 8 AgReO4 microcalorimeter array for the direct detection of the neutrino mass
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We are presenting our recent developments to measure the electron antineutrino mass by studying the 187Re (beta) - spectrum end-point with high resolution thermal detectors. We will discuss the preliminary results of an array of 8 bolometers made up of AgReO4 absorbers (2.309 mg of total mass corresponding to a total 187Re active mass of about 0.905 mg of with an expected (beta) total rate of about 1.3 Hz). Their risetime of 0.7 - 1.2 ms together with their energy resolution, ranging between 21 eV and 26 eV at 1.5 KeV, should allow to set a limit of about 10 - 12 eV after one year of real time measurements.
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Angelo Alessandrello, Angelo Alessandrello, Chiara Brofferio, Chiara Brofferio, Oliviero Cremonesi, Oliviero Cremonesi, Ettore Fiorini, Ettore Fiorini, Andrea Giuliani, Andrea Giuliani, Angelo Nucciotti, Angelo Nucciotti, Maura Pavan, Maura Pavan, Gianluigi Pessina, Gianluigi Pessina, Ezio Previtali, Ezio Previtali, Monica Sisti, Monica Sisti, Luigi Zanotti, Luigi Zanotti, Benno Margesin, Benno Margesin, Giorgio Pigmatel, Giorgio Pigmatel, Mario Zen, Mario Zen, Jeffrey W. Beeman, Jeffrey W. Beeman, Eugene E. Haller, Eugene E. Haller, } "8 AgReO4 microcalorimeter array for the direct detection of the neutrino mass", Proc. SPIE 4140, X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Instrumentation for Astronomy XI, (13 December 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.409136; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.409136

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