Publishing results from measurements at the NCNR.
- In order to qualify for beam-time at the NCNR, you must report any publications
resulting from previous work using the facility to the NCNR in a timely fashion.
- There is no requirement for publications resulting from work at the NCNR to have a NIST co-author,
however you are encouraged to openly discuss this issue with the NCNR scientists responsible for the instrument you
are using, and, where appropriate, include them as co-authors.
- Publications that have a NIST co-author must be approved by the Washington Editorial Review Board (WERB).
Your NIST co-authors will take responsibility for handling this process.
- Publications that do not explicitly have a NIST-NCNR co-author are expected to include the following acknowledgment:
We acknowledge the support of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, U.S. Department of Commerce,
in providing the neutron research facilities used in this work.
- Publications resulting from measurements on instruments that are part of the Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering
(CHRNS) have further acknowledgment requirements: click on the group below containing
the instrument you used:
NG3 30 SANS
Cold Neutron Triple Axis Spectrometer (SPINS)
Ultra-High Resolution SANS (USANS)
Backscattering Spectrometer (HFBS)
Disk Chopper Spectrometer (DCS)
Neutron Spin-Echo Spectrometer (NSE)
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