NGB 30m SANS Publications List
If you have written a paper that reports measurements using the NGB 30m or NG3 30 SANS Instrument and you do not see it in the list below, or if the paper is listed but the information is incorrect or out of date, please inform Jeff Krzywon and/or Paul Butler.
If you write a paper that reports measurements using the NGB 30m SANS Instrument, please be sure to
(a) include an acknowledgement to the NSF, and to NIST if there are no NIST coauthors,and
(b) include a reference to the following paper describing the 30m SANS Instruments: "The 30 m Small-Angle Neutron Scattering Instruments at the National Institute of Standards and Technology", Glinka CJ, et al. J Appl. Cryst. 31(3), 430 (1998). Thanks!
If you reduced your data using the Igor Macros, please include the following reference:
"Reduction and Analysis of SANS and USANS Data using Igor Pro", Kline, S. R. J Appl. Cryst. 39(6), 895 (2006).
Please be aware that all papers with NIST coauthors must be reviewed and approved by the Washington Editorial Review Board (WERB). Members of WERB are concerned not only with scientific merit but with three specific matters: measurement uncertainties, the use of SI units, and brand names. For more detailed information please click here and/or speak with your NIST coauthor(s).
Instrumentation Specific Articles
- "The 30 m Small-Angle Neutron Scattering Instruments at the National Institute of Standards and Technology", Glinka CJ, et al. J Appl. Cryst. 31(3), 430 (1998)
- "A refractive focusing lens system for small-angle neutron scattering" Mildner DFR, et al. J Appl. Cryst. 38(6), 979 (2005)
- "An imaging-plate detector for small-angle neutron scattering", Cheng YT, et al. J Appl. Cryst. 33(5), 1253 (2000)
- "Performance of the vertical optical filter for the NG-3 30 m SANS instrument at the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Center for Neutron Research", Cook JC, et al. Rev. Sci. Instr. 76(2), 025108 (2005)
# Article Title Authors Journal Title Volume Issue Page Number Year 1 Characterization of lysozyme adsorption in cellulosic chromatographic materials using small-angle neutron scattering S.H. Koshari, N.J. Wagner, A.M. Lenhoff J. Chromatogr. A Press 2 Glucose-induced sphere to ellipsoid transition of polyoxyethylene-polyoxypropylene block copolymer micelles in aqueous solutions K. Kaizu, P. Alexandridis Coll. & Surf. A Press 3 Internal Magnetic Structure of Nanoparticles Dominates Time-Dependent Relaxation Processes in a Magnetic Field C.L. Dennis, K.L. Krycka, J.A. Borchers, R.D. Desautels, J. vanLierop, N.F. Huls, A.J. Jackson, C. Gruttner, R. Ivkov Adv. Funct. Mater. Press 4 Self-Assembly Control via Molecular Recognition: Effect of Cyclodextrins on Surfactant Micelle Structure and Interactions Determined by SANS A.I. Fajalia, M. Tsianou Coll. & Surf. A Press 5 Self-assembly of sodium bis(2-ethylhexyl) sulfosuccinate in aqueous solutions: Modulation of micelle structure and interactions by cyclodextrins investigated by small-angle neutron scattering A.I. Fajalia, E. Antoniou, P. Alexandridis, M. Tsianou J Mol. Liq. Press
# Article Title Authors Journal Title Volume Issue Page Number Year 1 CENP-C reshapes and stabilizes CENP-A nucleosomes at the centromere S.J. Falk, L.Y. Guo, N. Sekulic, E.M. Smoak, T. Mani, G.A. Logsdon, K. Gupta, L.E. Jansen, G.D. Van, S.A. Vinogradov, M.A. Lampson, B.E. Black Science 348 6235 699 2015 2 Creating Nanoparticle Stability in Ionic Liquid [C4mim][BF4] by Inducing Solvation Layering J. Gao, R.S. Ndong, M.B. Shiflett, N.J. Wagner ACS Nano 9 3 3243 2015 3 Effect of Protein Incorporation on the Nanostructure of the Bicontinuous Microemulsion Phase of Winsor-III Systems: A Small-Angle Neutron Scattering Study D.G. Hayes, J.G. delRio, R. Ye, V.S. Urban, S.V. Pingali, H.M. O'Neill Langmuir 31 6 1901 2015 4 Influence of Hydrophobic Face Amino Acids on the Hydrogelation of β-Hairpin Peptide Amphiphiles C.M. Micklitsch, S.H. Medina, T. Yucel, K.J. Nagy-Smith, D.J. Pochan, J.P. Schneider Macromol. 48 5 1281 2015 5 Performance enhancement of polymer-based solar cells by induced phase-separation with silica particles H. Shen, N.E. Valadez-Perez, B. Guralnick, Y. Liu, M.E. Mackay J. Mater. Chem. C 2 47 10087 2015 6 Protein Adsorption, Desorption, and Aggregation Mediated by Solid-Liquid Interfaces T. Perevozchikova, H. Nanda, D.P. Nesta, C.J. Roberts J. Pharm. Sci. 104 6 1946 2015 7 Self-Assembly Of Didodecyldimethylammonium Surfactants Modulated By Multivalent, Hydrolysable Counterions C.K. Liu, G.G. Warr Langmuir 31 10 2936 2015 8 Structure and Composition of Mixed Micelles of Polymerized and Monomeric Surfactants P.A. FitzGerald, K. Chatjaroenporn, G.G. Warr J Coll. & Interface Sci. 449 1 377 2015 9 Theory, practice and prospects of X-ray and neutron scattering for lignocellulosic biomass characterization: towards understanding biomass pretreatment G. Cheng, X. Zhang, B. Simmons, S. Singh Energy Enviro. Sci. 8 2 436 2015
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