Author Archives: Sara Diglio

Talk at WIN2017: First Results from the XENON1T experiment

This talk by Sara Diglio (slides) was presented at the WIN2017 conference at the University of California in  Irvine, from June 19 – 24, 2017.

ReStoX is an original cryogenic system designed for experiments that make use of high quantities of liquid xenon. It allows to store the total amount of xenon in gaseous, liquid or solid phase and to fill it into the detector vessel under high purity conditions. The system is crucial in case of emergencies that might require a fast recovering of the whole xenon present in the detector. ReStoX is currently being used by the XENON1T experiment and a future upgrade for XENONnT has already started.