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Title: Search for new physics in low-energy electron recoils from the first LZ exposure
Authors: Aalbers, J. 
Akerib, D. S. 
Al Musalhi, A. K.
Alder, F.
Amarasinghe, C. S.
Ames, A.
Anderson, T. J.
Angelides, N.
Araújo, H. M. 
Armstrong, J. E.
Arthurs, M.
Baker, A.
Balashov, S.
Bang, J.
Bargemann, J. W.
Baxter, A.
Beattie, K.
Beltrame, P. 
Benson, T.
Bhatti, A.
Biekert, A.
Biesiadzinski, T. P.
Birch, H. J.
Blockinger, G. M.
Boxer, B.
Brew, C. A. J.
Brás, P. 
Burdin, S. 
Buuck, M.
Carmona-Benitez, M. C. 
Chan, C. 
Chawla, A.
Chen, H.
Cherwinka, J. J.
Chott, N. I.
Converse, M. V.
Cottle, A.
Cox, G.
Curran, D.
Dahl, C. E. 
David, A.
Delgaudio, J.
Dey, S.
DeViveiros, L. 
Ding, C.
Dobson, J. E. Y.
Druszkiewicz, E. 
Eriksen, S. R.
Fan, A.
Fearon, N. M.
Fiorucci, S. 
Flaecher, H.
Fraser, E. D.
Fruth, T. M. A.
Gaitskell, R. J. 
Geffre, A.
Genovesi, J.
Ghag, C. 
Gibbons, R.
Gokhale, S.
Green, J.
van der Grinten, M. G. D.
Hall, C. R.
Han, S.
Hartigan-O’Connor, E.
Haselschwardt, S. J.
Huang, D. Q. 
Hertel, S. A. 
Heuermann, G.
Horn, M. 
Hunt, D.
Ignarra, C. M.
Jahangir, O.
James, R. S.
Johnson, J.
Kaboth, A. C.
Kamaha, A. C.
Khaitan, D.
Khazov, A.
Khurana, I.
Kim, J.
Kingston, J.
Kirk, R.
Kodroff, D.
Korley, L.
Korolkova, E. V. 
Kraus, H.
Kravitz, S.
Kreczko, L.
Krikler, B.
Kudryavtsev, V. A. 
Leason, E. A.
Lee, J.
Leonard, D. S.
Lesko, K. T.
Levy, C. 
Lin, J.
Lindote, A. 
Linehan, R.
Lippincott, W. H.
Liu, X 
Lopes, M. I. 
Lopez-Asamar, E. 
Lorenzon, W.
Lu, C.
Lucero, D.
Luitz, S.
Majewski, P. A.
Manalaysay, A. 
Mannino, R. L.
Maupin, C.
McCarthy, M. E.
McDowell, G.
McKinsey, D. N. 
McLaughlin, J.
Miller, E. H.
Mizrachi, E.
Monte, A.
Monzani, M. E. 
Morales Mendoza, J. D.
Morrison, E.
Mount, B. J.
Murdy, M.
Murphy, A. St. J. 
Naim, D.
Naylor, A.
Nedlik, C.
Nelson, H. N.
Neves, F. 
Nguyen, A.
Nikoleyczik, J. A.
Olcina, I.
Oliver-Mallory, K. C.
Orpwood, J.
Palladino, K. J.
Palmer, J.
Parveen, N.
Patton, S. J.
Penning, B.
Pereira, G. 
Perry, E.
Pershing, T.
Piepke, A.
Poudel, S.
Qie, Y.
Reichenbacher, J.
Rhyne, C. A.
Riffard, Q.
Rischbieter, G. R. C.
Riyat, H. S.
Rosero, R.
Rushton, T.
Rynders, D.
Santone, D.
Sazzad, A. B. M. R.
Schnee, R. W.
Shaw, S.
Shutt, T. 
Silk, J. J.
Silva, C. 
Sinev, G.
Smith, R.
Solovov, V. N. 
Sorensen, P. 
Soria, J.
Stancu, I.
Stevens, A.
Stifter, K.
Suerfu, B.
Sumner, T. J. 
Szydagis, M. 
Taylor, W. C.
Temples, D. J.
Tiedt, D. R.
Timalsina, M.
Tong, Z.
Tovey, D. R. 
Tranter, J.
Trask, M.
Tripathi, M.
Tronstad, D. R.
Turner, W.
Vacheret, A.
Vaitkus, A. C.
Wang, A.
Wang, J. J.
Wang, Y.-B. 
Watson, J. R.
Webb, R. C.
Weeldreyer, L.
Whitis, T. J.
Moe, William M. 
Wisniewski, W. J.
Wolfs, F. L. H. 
Woodford, S.
Woodward, D.
Wright, C. J.
Xia, Q.
Xiang, X.
Xu, J.
Yeh, M.
Zweig, E. A.
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: American Physical Society
Project: The research supporting this work took place in part at SURF in Lead, South Dakota. Funding for this work is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science, Office of High Energy Physics under Contracts No. DE-AC02-05CH11231, No. DE-SC0020216, No. DESC0012704, No. DE-SC0010010, No. DE-AC02- 07CH11359, No. DE-SC0012161, No. DE-SC0015910, No. DE-SC0014223, No. DE-SC0010813, No. DESC0009999, No. DE-NA0003180, No. DE-SC0011702, No. DE-SC0010072, No. DE-SC0015708, No. DESC0006605, No. DE-SC0008475, No. DE-SC0019193, No. DE-FG02-10ER46709, No. UW PRJ82AJ, No. DESC0013542, No. DE-AC02-76SF00515, No. DESC0018982, No. DE-SC0019066, No. DE-SC0015535, No. DE-SC0019319, No. DE-AC52-07NA27344, and No. DOE-SC0012447. This research was also supported by U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF); the UKRI’s Science & Technology Facilities Council under Awards No. ST/M003744/1, No. ST/M003655/1, No. ST/ M003639/1, No. ST/M003604/1, No. ST/M003779/1, No. ST/M003469/1, No. ST/M003981/1, No. ST/ N000250/1, No. ST/N000269/1, No. ST/N000242/1, No. ST/N000331/1, No. ST/N000447/1, No. ST/ N000277/1, No. ST/N000285/1, No. ST/S000801/1, No. ST/S000828/1, No. ST/S000739/1, No. ST/ S000879/1, No. ST/S000933/1, No. ST/S000844/1, No. ST/S000747/1, No. ST/S000666/1, and No. ST/ R003181/1; Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) under Award No, PTDC/FIS-PAR/ 2831/2020; the Institute for Basic Science, Korea (Budget No. IBS-R016-D1). We acknowledge additional support from the STFC Boulby Underground Laboratory in the U.K., the GridPP [103,104] and IRIS Collaborations, in particular at Imperial College London and additional support by the University College London (UCL) Cosmoparticle Initiative. We acknowledge additional support from the Center for the Fundamental Physics of the Universe, Brown University. K. T. Lesko acknowledges the support of Brasenose College and Oxford University. The LZ collaboration acknowledges key contributions of Dr. Sidney Cahn, Yale University, in the production of calibration sources. This research used resources of the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center, a DOE Office of Science User Facility supported by the Office of Science of the U.S. Department of Energy under Contract No. DE-AC02-05CH11231. We gratefully acknowledge support from GitLab through its GitLab for Education Program. The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in Scotland, with the Registration No. SC005336. The assistance of SURF and its personnel in providing physical access and general logistical and technical support is acknowledged. We acknowledge the South Dakota Governor’s office, the South Dakota Community Foundation, the South Dakota State University Foundation, and the University of South Dakota Foundation for use of xenon. We also acknowledge the University of Alabama for providing xenon. 
Serial title, monograph or event: Physical Review D
Volume: 108
Issue: 7
Abstract: The LUX-ZEPLIN (LZ) experiment is a dark matter detector centered on a dual-phase xenon time projection chamber. We report searches for new physics appearing through few-keV-scale electron recoils, using the experiment’s first exposure of 60 live days and a fiducial mass of 5.5 t. The data are found to be consistent with a background-only hypothesis, and limits are set on models for new physics including solar axion electron coupling, solar neutrino magnetic moment and millicharge, and electron couplings to galactic axionlike particles and hidden photons. Similar limits are set on weakly interacting massive particle (WIMP) dark matter producing signals through ionized atomic states from the Migdal effect.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10316/111886
ISSN: 2470-0010
2470-0029
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.108.072006
Rights: openAccess
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