Migdal Effect in Dark Matter Direct Detection Experiments

23 Jul 2017Masahiro IbeWakutaka NakanoYutaro ShojiKazumine Suzuki

The elastic scattering of an atomic nucleus plays a central role in dark matter direct detection experiments. In those experiments, it is usually assumed that the atomic electrons around the nucleus of the target material immediately follow the motion of the recoil nucleus... (read more)

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