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New Results from the Soudan 1 Detector

  • E. Peterson
Part of the Progress in Physics book series (PMP, volume 9)

Abstract

The Soudan 1 detector[1] began operation in May 1981, and has produced reliable data since October 1981. We present here results (preliminary in some cases) from three classes of data that have been obtained, on nucleon decay, magnetic monopoles and multiple-muon events.

Keywords

Magnetic Monopole Candidate Event Flux Limit Percent Confidence Level Nucleon Decay 
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