Overview of non-liquid noble direct detection dark matter experiments

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In the last few years many advances have been made in the field of dark matter direct detection. In this article I will review the progress and status of experiments that employ detection techniques that do not use noble liquids. First, I will give an introduction to the field of dark matter and discuss the background challenges that confront all dark matter experiments. I will also discuss various detection techniques employed by the current generation and the next generation of dark matter experiments. Finally, I will discuss recent results and the status of current and future direct detection experiments.

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Cooley, J. (2014). Overview of non-liquid noble direct detection dark matter experiments. Physics of the Dark Universe, 4, 92–97. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dark.2014.10.005

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