- Conference date: 28–29 August 2010
- Location: Sudbury, (Canada)
Cosmogenic is produced in‐situ by atmospheric muons and forms the main background for the measurement of solar pep‐ and CNO‐neutrinos. However, FLUKA simulations show that the majority of is accompanied by a free neutron in the final state, thus allowing for an efficient tagging method, the so‐called Three‐Fold Coincidence technique. The technique and its first applications on Borexino data are presented.
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