Not least due to the current circumstances, the I22 beamline offers to users a mail-in experiments service within each machine run. The service will be offered as a result of successful Rapid Access Proposal submitted via UAS after a Call.
This webpage is to provide information about dates when beamtime will be available, deadline for proposal submission, the proposed instrumental setup and sample shipping dates.
Next available dates are 15-17th of December 2020 for Mail-in samples mounted in the I22 Sample racks and grids ONLY
Camera length: 9.9m and 3m
for the 9.9m camera - 0.002 to 3.23 1/A for isotropic setup (SAXS and WAXS overlap); and 0.002 to 0.092 1/A (SAXS) and 0.130 to 3.23 1/A (WAXS) for anisotropic setup.
for the 3m camera - 0.008 to 3.23 1/A for isotropic and anisotropic setups (SAXS and WAXS overlap).
30th of November 2020
Please use this Rapid Access proposal form, uploading it as your science case when you submit a proposal.
Once you receive confirmation about awarded beamtime, you can expect a delivery from I22 team with sample holders and preparation materials.
You will be required to fill in the Mail-in Experimental Form, closely following all instructions (the closer you follow the instructions, the easier it will be for the beamline scientist to run your samples correctly!).
Next, you are expected to prepare samples, pack them carefully and send back to us providing all safety documentation if required. Instructions on sample preparation can be found here.
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