Instrument Schedule for ng3sans

Date Days ID Title Participants Affiliation Equip Contact
Jan 6 1 15330 Instrument Calibration C. Gagnon, SANS staff NIST 9P Gagnon
Jan 7 3 21584 1-2 plane startup SANS of branched wormlike micelles M. Calabrese, N. Wagner UD/NIST 12SH Butler
Jan 10 1 21596 shear response of Silica in Glyco/PEG K. Whitcomb, N. Wagner UD 12SH Butler
Jan 11 2 21597 Pluronic wormlike micelles under shear flow in ionic liquid R. Chen, N. Wagner, C. Lopez-Barron UD, ExxonMobil 12SH Butler
Jan 13 2 21587 P3HT/PMMA copolymers B. Hammouda
MH Kim
NIST, KAIST 10CB Hammouda
Jan 15 3 21576 Cellulose nanofiber suspensions/gels Y. Mao NIST/UMD 10CB Mao
Jan 18 2 21596 UD CNS feasibility on protein protein interactions in IgG1 C. Rubio, C. Roberts UD 10CB
Jan 20 2 21027 Characterization of Detonation Products by Ultra- and J Mang los Alamos 9P Barker
Jan 22 3 10070 SANS Analysis of SurA/Membrane Protein Complex K Fleming
A Plummer
10CB Krueger
Jan 25 2 21597 Pluronic wormlike micelles under shear flow in ionic liquid R. Chen, N. Wagner, C. Lopez-Barron UD, ExxonMobil Rheo Butler
Jan 27 2 21173 Near-fracture pore network response to reaction in two A Swift
L Anovitz
Ohio State, Oak Ridge 9P Mildner
Jan 29 3 21076 Protein-Polymer Interactions from Cross Structure Factor A Huang
B Olsen
X Dong
MIT 10CB Hammouda
Feb 1 2 20838 Understanding the Role of Nanostructure in Solution R Segalman
S Danielsen
10CB Hammouda
Feb 3 2 20961 Micro/Nanostructures of Porous Membranes with In-Situ R Ford
J Cornfield
J Kim
M Diallo
Cal Tech 10CB
Feb 5 3 20839 Using surfactants to control physical hydrogel modulus and C Wang
R Weiss
B Vogt
C Wiener
U Akron 10CB
Feb 8 2 20952 Understanding nanostructure changes of physically crosslinked C Wiener
R Weiss
B Vogt
U Akron 10CB
Feb 10 3
Direct scheduling questions to Boualem Hammouda
Tel: (301)975-3961, Fax: (301)921-9847, E-mail: hammouda@nist.gov
Instrument Tel: (301)975-4163 Changover time: 10:00 a.m.

Equipment:
9P: 9-Position ambient sample changer;
10CB: 10-Position sample changer (-10 to 100 ° C);
VF: Vacuum Furnace;
7CB: 7-Position sample changer (-10 to 100 ° C);
7H: 7-Position Heating Block (up to 200 ° C);
7HB: 7-Position Heating Block with BN (up to 300 ° C);
HM1: Horizontal High-Field Electromagnet (2 Tesla);
HM2: Horizontal Low-Field Electromagnet (0.5 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;
SCMA: Superconducting Magnet (9 Tesla);
2H: 2-Position, high precision heating stage (up to 250 °C);
VR: Vertical Rotation Stage;
OC: Orange Cryostat;
SE: Special Environment;

Contacts:
Paul Butler (x2028), John Barker (x6732), Cedric Gagnon (x2020), Boualem Hammouda (x3961), Steve R. Kline (x6243), Susan Krueger (x6734), Jeff Krzywon (x6650), Mark Laver (x4404), Lionel Porcar (x5049)


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