When applying for time, you will be asked to answer the following questions in UAS.
The questions in UAS are purposely brief. In particular the questions in the technical evaluation are designed to help us understand if we can help you. Serial experiments are (currently) a non-standard means of data collection, and part of the aim of the questions is to initiate a dialogue so we can work together to perform the best possible experiment. Please get in touch ahead of applying/any experiments and we can let you give more detail on what we can and can't do, and how best your experiment might be done at I24. We have experience in getting from single crystals to serial structures at I24 and XFELs and are happy to help. If you have any questions at all please get in touch with one of the I24 team.
Please include information about why serial approaches are of interest for your project. What benefit and insight will the experiment provide?
Readiness of crystals
Mode of sample delivery requested
How do we get crystals onto a chip?
Do we need to buy chips?
Can we buy chips?
What prior knowledge is useful for data processing?
Can I photo-excite my samples?
Can we trigger a reaction in the sample in some other way?
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