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NG7 SANS Publications List


If you have written a paper that reports measurements using the NG7 30m SANS Instrument and you do not see it in the list below, or if the paper is listed but the information is incorrect or out of date, please inform Jeff Krzywon and/or Paul Butler.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 NG7 30m SANS Instrument, please be sure to
(a) include an acknowledgement 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

  1. "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)
  2. "Focusing cold neutrons with multiple biconcave lenses for small-angle neutron scattering", Choi SM, et al. J Appl. Cryst. 33(3, Part 1), 793 (2000)
  3. "An imaging-plate detector for small-angle neutron scattering", Cheng YT, et al. J Appl. Cryst. 33(5), 1253 (2000)

In Press

#Article TitleAuthorsJournal TitleVolumeIssuePage NumberYear
1Effect of Quartz Overgrowth Precipitation on the Multiscale Porosity of Sandstone: A (U)SANS and Imaging AnalysisL.M. Anovitz, D.R. Cole, A.J. Jackson, G. Rother, K.C. Littrell, L.F. Allard, A.D. Pollington, D.J. WesolowskiGeochimica et Cosmochimica ActaPress
2Pore Architecture and Connectivity in Gas ShaleH.E. King, A.P. Eberle, C.C. Walters, C.E. Kliewer, D. Ertas, C. HuynhEnergy & FuelsPress
3Pores in Marcellus Shale: A Neutron Scattering and FIB-SEM StudyX. Gu, D.R. Cole, G. Rother, D.F. Mildner, S.L. BrantleyEnergy & FuelsPress
4The leucine-rich amelogenin protein (LRAP) is primarily monomeric and unstructured in physiological solutionB.J. Tarasevich, J.S. Philo, N.K. Maluf, S. Krueger, G.W. Buchko, G. Lin, W.J. ShawJ Structural Bio.Press

2015 Publications

#Article TitleAuthorsJournal TitleVolumeIssuePage NumberYear
1A comparison on self-seeding and isothermal crystallization of polyethylene in solution using small angle neutron scatteringS. Ganguly, N.C. DasPolymer6111922015
2How Oxidation and Dissolution in Diabase and Granite Control Porosity during WeatheringE. Bazilevskaya, G. Rother, D.F. Mildner, M. Pavich, D. Cole, M.P. Bhatt, L. Jin, C.I. Steefel, S.L. BrantleySoil Sci. Soc. Am. J.791552015

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