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On possible lower bounds for the direct detection rate of SUSY dark matter

Bednyakov, V.A. (Dubna, JINR)

Year: 2003 / 2003
Vol.: 66 / 66
Page No: 490-493 / 518-520
Pages: 5

Abstract: One can expect accessible lower bounds for dark matter detection rate due to restrictions on masses of the SUSY-partners. To explore this correlation one needs a new-generation large-mass detector. The absolute lower bound for detection rate can naturally be due to spin-dependent interaction. Aimed at detecting dark matter with sensitivity higher than $10^{-5}$ event/day/kg an experiment should have a non-zero-spin target. Perhaps, the best is to create a GENIUS-like detector with both Ge-73 (high spin) and Ge-76 nuclei.

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