Instrument Schedule for ng7sans

Date Days ID Title Participants Affiliation Equip Contact
Jan 5 1 13529 Instrument Calibration SANS Staff NIST 10CB Krzywon
Jan 6 2 20472 Finding the structures of polysialic acids from cell walls of pathogenic bacteria K. Rubinson, D. Freedberg NIST, FDA 10CB Krueger
Jan 8 2 20546 Study Freeze-Thaw Behavior of monoclonal antibodies and their Buffers Y. Liu, J. Nayem, N. Wagner, D. Zarraga NIST, UD 10CB Liu
Jan 9 2 20544 Interaction between colloids and oppositely charged polyelectrolytes Y. Guangcui, C. Han NIST, U. Akron 10CB Liu
Jan 12 2 20432 How do submicron scale surficial features change during shale L Jin (U Texas) U Texas-El Paso 9P Mildner
Jan 14 1 20066 Correlation Lengths of High Molecular Weight Polymers in R Krishnamoorti
R Poling-Skutvik
J Conrad (U Houston)
U Houston 10CB Butler/Barker
Jan 15 4 20419 Phase Transitions in Ternary Polymer Blends R Hickey
T Lodge (UMN)
U Minnesota 7HB Butler/Bleuel
Jan 19 2 20418 phase behavior of polymer blends A Eberle, C. Lopez-Barron, Y. Zheng (ExM) Exxon Mobil, UMN 7HB Butler
Jan 21 2 20418 phase behavior of polymer blends C. Lopez-Barron, A. Eberle, Y. Zheng Exxon Mobil, UMN 10CB Butler
Jan 23 4 20062 Concentration and magnetic field dependence of interparticle J Borchers
K Theis-Broehl
D Huber
E Vreeland
K Krycka
C Dennis
NIST, Bremerhaven, Sandia HM1 Bleuel
Jan 27 2 20514 Explore the Concentration Dependence of Effective Interaction for Soft Colloids Using SANS Y. Liu, W. Chen, K. Liu, L. Sanchez-Diaz NIST/UD, ORNL 10CB Liu
Jan 29 1 20542 SRF Demo on geological samples K. Weigandt NIST Rheo Weigandt
Jan 30 3 20485 Test Measurements with Modulated Intensity SANS M. Bleuel UMD He3 Bleuel
Feb 2 1 NIST Fesibility SANS Staff 10CB Krzywon
Feb 3 1 20021 Evaluation of the crowding effect of polyethylene glycol on Y Gao
F Horkay (NIH)
J Douglas (NIST)
NIH 10CB Hammouda
Feb 4 2 20097 Small angle neutron scattering on carbon nanotube solutions in F Mirri (Rice U)
R Ashkar (U Del)
Rice U 10CB Butler
Feb 6 3 20431 Core-shell structure of surface coated Fe3O4 nanoparticles using phase retrieval via magnetic tagging and polarized neutrons E. Brok, K. Krycka, C. Majkrzak, E. Vreeland NIST, Senior Scientific POL Krycka
Feb 9 1 20554 Characterization of beta-hairpin Forming Peptide Hydrogels with Encapsulated Payloads J. Sun UD 10CB Butler/Krzywon
Feb 10 1 20405 Temperature effects on domain formation of lipid - cholesterol bilayers R. Bradbury, M. Nagao IU/NIST 10CB Nagao
Feb 11 1 Temperature dependence of binary lipid vesicle mixtures L. Kelley, R. Ashkar, P. Butler, R. Bradbury, M. Nagao NIST, UMD, UD, UI 10CB Nagao
Feb 12 1 20010 Magnetic Order in an Iron-based Superconductor J Lynn (NIST)
E Rodriguez
X Zhou (UMd)
NIST, U Maryland SCM Lynn/Bleuel
Direct scheduling questions to Paul Butler
Tel: (301)975-2028, Fax: (301)921-9847, E-mail: butler@nist.gov
Instrument Tel: (301)975-5082 Changover time: 9:30 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; 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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