Results of the material screening program of the NEXT experiment

Dafni, Theopisti
Álvarez Puerta, Vicente
Bandac, I.
Bettini, Alessandro
Borges, Filipa I.G.M.
Camargo, Manuel A.
Cárcel García, Sara
Cebrián, Susana
Cervera Villanueva, Anselmo
Conde, Carlos A.N.
Díaz Medina, José
Esteve, Raúl
Fernandes, L.M.P.
Fernández, Marta I.
Ferrario, Paola
Ferreira, Antonio Luis
Freitas, Elisabete D.C.
Gehman, Victor M.
Goldschmidt, Azriel
Gómez, H.
Gómez Cadenas, Juan José
González-Díaz, Diego
Gutiérrez, Rafael María
Hauptman, John M.
Hernando Morata, J.A.
Herrera, D.C.
Iguaz, F.J.
Irastorza, Igor Garcia
Labarga, Luis A.
Laing, Andrew
Liubarsky, Igor
Lorca Galindo, David
Losada, Marta
Luzón, Gloria
Marí, A.
Martín-Albo Simón, Justo
Martínez Pérez, Alberto
Martínez Lema, Gonzalo
Miller, Tom P.
Monrabal Capilla, Francesc
Monserrate, M.
Monteiro, Cristina M.B.
Mora, Francisco José
Moutinho, L.M.
Muñoz Vidal, J.
Nebot Guinot, Miquel
Nygren, David R.
Oliveira, Carlos A.B.
Pérez, Javier Martin
Pérez Aparicio, J.L.
Renner, Joshua
Rodríguez, Ángel Y.
Santos, Filomena P.
dos Santos, Joaquim M.F.
Seguí, Laura
Serra Díaz-Cano, Luis
Shuman, Derek B.
Simón Estévez, Ander
Sofka, C.
Sorel, Michel
Toledo, J.F.
Torrent Collell, Jordi
Tsamalaidze, Zviadi
Veloso, João F.C.A.
Villar, José Ángel
Webb, R.C.
White, James T.
Yahlali Haddou, Nadia
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The Neutrino Experiment with a Xenon TPC (NEXT), intended to investigate neutrinoless double beta decay, requires extremely low background levels. An extensive material screening and selection process to assess the radioactivity of components is underway combining several techniques, including germanium γ-ray spectrometry performed at the Canfranc Underground Laboratory; recent results of this material screening program are presented here ​
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