Instrument Schedule for bt5

Instrument Schedule For BT-5 -- USANS, Perfect SANS (CHRNS)

From 02/01/2013

Start Date# Of DaysIDTitleParticipantsInstitution NameEquipmentContact
Fri 02/15/2013 10:00618320SANS/USANS investigation of solid state hydrogen storage materials
  • [1]Stefan Börries
  • [1]Klaus Pranzas
  • [1]Martin Dornheim
  • [2]Fahim Karimi
  • [1]Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
  • [2]Helmholz-Zentrum Geesthacht
  • 6 Position Sample Changer, -10 - 100 C - 6CB
    David Mildner
    Thu 02/21/2013 10:00818072SANS and USANS for the Structural Characterization of Oxidized Fibrin Gels
  • [1]Kathleen Weigandt
  • [2]Danilo Pozzo
  • [1]University of Delaware
  • [2]University of Washington
  • 6 Position Sample Changer, -10 - 100 C - 6CB
    Paul Butler
    Fri 03/01/2013 10:00717390Exploring the Structure of Binary Mixtures of Monodisperse Spheres
  • [1]Andrew Jackson
  • [2]Duncan McGillivray
  • [3]Philip Reynolds
  • [1]European Spallation Source
  • [2]University of Auckland
  • [3]unaffiliated
  •  David Mildner
    Fri 03/08/2013 10:00517865Structural Study of Mixed Pluronic Block Copolymers in a Protic Ionic Liquid
  • [1]Norman Wagner
  • [1]Leo DeRita
  • [1]Dongcui Li
  • [2]Carlos Lopez-Barron
  • [1]University of Delaware
  • [2]ExxonMobil Chemical Company
  • 6 Position Sample Changer, -10 - 100 C - 6CB
    Paul Butler
    Sat 03/16/2013 10:00518080Controlling Fiber Structure of P3HT, PSOV and PSHEV Organogels by Modifying the System's Supersaturation
  • [1]Danilo Pozzo
  • [2]Pablo De la Iglesia
  • [1]University of Washington
  • [2]University of Washington - Chemical Engineering -
  • 6 Position Sample Changer, -10 - 100 C - 6CB
    Matthew Wasbrough
    Thu 03/21/2013 10:00517959Investigating the Structure of Concentrated PMMA Colloidal Suspensions Using USANS
  • [1]Bin Wu
  • [2]Changwoo Do
  • [3]Xin Li
  • [4]Wei-Ren Chen
  • [5]Lionel Porcar
  • [6]Yun Liu
  • [1]Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • [2]Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
  • [3]Indiana University
  • [4]Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • [5]Institut Laue-Langevin
  • [6]University of Maryland at College Park
  • 6 Position Sample Changer, -10 - 100 C - 6CB
    David Mildner
    Tue 04/09/2013 10:00717896Flocculation using natural materials for water purification
  • [1]Habauka Kwaambwa
  • [2]Bonang Nkoane
  • [3]Maja Hellsing
  • [3]Adrian Rennie
  • [1]Polytechnic of Namibia
  • [2]University of Botswana
  • [3]Uppsala Universitet
  • Special Environment - SPE
    Matthew Wasbrough
    Tue 04/16/2013 10:00317981Binary dispersions of colloidal particles - order, clusters and flow
  • [1]Maja Hellsing
  • [1]Adrian Rennie
  • [2]Andrew Jackson
  • [1]Uppsala Universitet
  • [2]European Spallation Source
  • Rheometer - RHEO-1
    Matthew Wasbrough
    Mon 04/22/2013 10:00718026TRACKING FLUID PHASE AND WETTABILITY CHANGES IN SHALE-CO2-BRINE, AND SHALE-CO2-OIL SYSTEMS AT UNDERGROUND CONDITIONS
  • [1]Lilin He
  • [1]Yuri Melnichenko
  • [2]Tomasz Blach
  • [3]Christopher Clarkson
  • [3]Nisael Solano
  • [1]Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • [2]Griffith University
  • [3]University of Calgary
  • Special Environment - SPE
    David Mildner
    Mon 04/29/2013 10:00317750Detection and characterization of meso- and microscopic bubbles on patterned and native metal surfaces using USANS and SANS
  • [1]Nikolay Lavrik
  • [1]Emilian Popov
  • [1]Yuri Melnichenko
  • [1]Lilin He
  • [2]David Mildner
  • [1]Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • [2]National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • 6 Position Sample Changer, -10 - 100 C - 6CB
    David Mildner
    Thu 05/02/2013 10:00417783Determination of the Pore Size Distribution and Surface Area of Shale in Tight Gas Reservoirs Using USANS/SANS
  • [1]Lilin He
  • [2]Maria Mastalerz
  • [1]Yuri Melnichenko
  • [1]Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • [2]Indiana University
  • 6 Position Sample Changer, -10 - 100 C - 6CB
    David Mildner
    Fri 05/10/2013 10:00417849Charaterization of porosity and permeability changes during high strain deformation
  • [1]Lawrence Anovitz
  • [2]Alfredo Camacho
  • [1]Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • [2]University of Manitoba
  • 6 Position Sample Changer, -10 - 100 C - 6CB
    David Mildner
    Tue 05/14/2013 10:00617784Study of the gelation mechanism of model anisotropic nanoparticle dispersions with tunable attractive strength
  • [1]Rose Ndong
  • [1]Norman Wagner
  • [1]University of Delaware
  • 6 Position Sample Changer, -10 - 100 C - 6CB
    Matthew Wasbrough
    Wed 06/05/2013 10:00218088Estimation of microscale and nanoscale pores within organic matter in black shale
  • [1]Susan Brantley
  • [1]Xin Gu
  • [1]Pennsylvania State University
  • 6 Position Sample Changer, -10 - 100 C - 6CB
    David Mildner
    Fri 06/07/2013 10:00417937SANS Studies of Artificially Aged PBX 9501
  • [1]Joseph Mang
  • [1]Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • 6 Position Sample Changer, -10 - 100 C - 6CB
    John Barker
    Tue 06/25/2013 10:00218088Estimation of microscale and nanoscale pores within organic matter in black shale
  • [1]Susan Brantley
  • [1]Xin Gu
  • [1]Pennsylvania State University
  • 6 Position Sample Changer, -10 - 100 C - 6CB
    David Mildner

    As of 01/31/2013 10:24
    Direct scheduling questions to David Mildner
    Tel: (301)975-6366, Fax: (301)921-9847, E-mail: david.mildner@nist.gov
    Equipment:
    2H: 2-Position heating stage (up to 250 ° C); 4H: 4-Position Copper block (25 - 200 ° C); 5P: 5-Position ambient sample changer; 6P: 6-Position sample changer (-10 to 100 ° C, +/- 0.1 ° C); RHEO2: rheometer; VF: Vacuum Furnace; HM2: Horizontal Low-Field Electromagnet (1 Tesla); DI: Closed cycle, displex, refrigerator (10 K to 330 K); MSC: Minnesota Sliding Plate Shear Cell. BSC: Boulder Couette Flow Shear Cell; NPC: NIST Pressure Cell; SCM: Superconducting Magnet (7 Tesla); SE: Special Environment;

    Contacts:
    Paul Butler (x2028), John Barker (x6732), Cedric Gagnon (x2020), Jeff Krzywon (x6650), David Mildner (x6366) Matt Wasbrough (x6017)


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