Instrument Schedule for ng3sans

Date Days ID Title Participants Affiliation Equip Contact
Sep 8 1 Instrument Calibration SANS Staff 10CB Gagnon
Sep 9 2 19643 Characterization of Purified Poly(3,4 ethylened P dela Iglesia
D Pozzo (U Washington)
U Washington 10CB Butler
Sep 11 4 19604 Spatiotemporal effects of micellar branching topology on the S Rogers
M Calabrese
N Wagner (U Del)
U Del 12shear Liu
Sep 15 4 19282 Investigating the particle mechanism of flow in colloidal L Porcar (ILL)
Y Liu (NIST)
WR Chen
X Li (Oak Ridge
ILL, NIST, Oak Ridge 12sh Liu
Sep 19 3 19449 Nano-scale deformation of phospholipid vesicles induced by N Yamada (KEK-Japan) KEK Japan 10CB Nagao/Butler
Sep 22 2 To be announced L Porcar (ILL) ILL 12sh Porcar/Barker
Sep 24 2 19849 Identifying and Quantifying Sources of Parasitic Scattering from Beam Apertures C. Glinka, J. Barker NIST 9P Barker
Sep 26 2 19628 Salt effects on Ionic Poly-Dots: Resolving Competition Between D Perahia
N Osti (Clemson U)
Clemson U 10CB Hammouda
Sep 28 2 19484 The SANS study on the self-assembly of stringed lipid-based MP Nieh
H Jang (U Conn)
B Hammouda (NIST)
U Connecticut 10CB Hammouda
Sep 30 3 18767 Intracellular supramolecular self-assembly of small molecules Y Gao
F Horkay (NIH)
J Douglas (NIST)
NIH 10CB Hammouda
Oct 3 3 19423 Hydrogel Network Constraints on Polyelectrolyte Conformation M Libera (Stevens IT)
Y Gao
F Horkay (NIH)
Stevens IT, NIH 10CB Hammouda
Oct 6 1 19320 Kerogen porosity in Marcellus shale across a maturation gradient X Gu
S Brantley (PSU)
Penn State U 9P Mildner
Oct 7 2 19382 Improving the long-term stability of silica-enriched oilwell J Thomas (Schlumberger)
K Krakowiak (MIT)
A Allen (NIST)
Schlumberger, MIT, NIST 9P Bleul/Liu
Oct 9 1 19705 Self-assembled polyalphaolefin nanoemulsion fluids J Xu(U. DC)
B. Yang (UMd)
B Hammouda (NIST)
UDC, UMd, NIST 10CB Hammouda
Oct 10 3 19408 IgG aggregate morphology and protein interactions investigated G Barnett
C Roberts
R Ghosh (U Del)
U Delaware 10CB Liu
Oct 13 1 19382 SANS Studies of Clathrin Coat Dissociation S. Krueger, R. Sousa, E. Brooks, J. Curtis NIST, UTHSC 10CB Krueger
Oct 14 2 19563 Morphology and colligative properties of complex fluids D Schaefer
N Hu
Z Yuan
U Cincinnati 10CB Barker
Oct 16 1 Internal beamtime Keep Open
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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