Bubble Chambers for Dark Matter Detection

  • Ken Clark Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, Canada
Keywords: dark matter, bubble chambers


The use of superheated targets to detect dark matter has been expanding in recent years, taking a worldleading
role in exploring the spin-dependent phase space. This trend will continue; however, there are
groups investigating new versions of this technology which will cover entirely new regions.

How to Cite
K. Clark, “Bubble Chambers for Dark Matter Detection”, Journal of Advanced Instrumentation in Science, vol. 2024, no. 1, May 2024.
Experimental challenges in the direct search for dark matter