DUMAND


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DUMAND

[′dü‚mand]
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Just one tower will give NESTOR essentially the same effective area as DUMAND.
The researchers will analyze DUMAND results over the next year to see whether the instrument observes enough neutrinos to make this technique feasible.
Because atoms with higher atomic numbers block more neutrinos, researchers may eventually use DUMAND and other detectors to help decipher what types of minerals and elements make up Earth's mantle and core.
The second stage of DUMAND, the actual instrument, will consist of 208 photomultiplier detectors, distributed among nine strings each 330 meters long.