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Proceedings of Identification of Dark Matter 2010 — PoS(IDM2010)
The Argon Dark Matter (ArDM) experiment is a search for direct evidence of Weakly Interacting Massive Particle (WIMP) as Dark Matter candidate, with a ton-scale double phase liquid argon Time Projection Chamber (TPC). The scattering of the WIMP induces the recoil of an argon nucleus, that excites and ionizes the surrounding argon atoms. The detector design allows to detect independently the ionization and the scintillation signals. The background rejection is based on the time distribution ofdoi:10.22323/1.110.0108 fatcat:o22yl75mpzahbjfm7ec4lbehma