Low-Threshold Scintillation Detector Development for Dark Matter and Neutrino
It is still one of the main directions to search for dark matter with better sensitivity and to measure neutrinos
with good statistics and better precision. The technologies of scintillation detectors on the lowthreshold,
low background, and good directionality are valuable and can contribute to the study. In this
topic, I will try to introduce some progress on the development of the low threshold scintillation detector
for dark matter and neutrino in liquid argon (LAr) and liquid scintillator (LS) and make some review on
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