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IUMSC   Indiana University Molecular Structure Center

SCrAPS - Synchrotron Crystallography at the Advanced Photon Source

The purpose of the SCrAPS is to provide a mechanism by which academic and research crystallography laboratories can have access to the specialized single crystal X-ray diffraction instrument and tunable, high-brilliance synchrotron radiation at Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory.

We submit a General User Proposal (GUP) for beam time at 15-ID ChemMatCARS beamline of APS on a regular basis. If the beamtime request is honored, the crystallographers and researchers can submit their samples to IUMSC at Indiana University, and the SCrAPS coordinator or interested researchers will collect data on the submitted samples and assist in the structure solution and refinement if requested. The data collection can be monitored and data are readily available to the participating remote crystallographers using CIMA web services. Please check our SCrAPS News page for the upcoming beam time information.

Only samples that cannot be studied with laboratory diffraction sources are accepted as SCrAPS submission. The fees involved are minimal and are used to cover travel and accommodation for the crystallographer performing the data collection at the beamline.

keV to/from Angstrom calculation

keV <-> Angstrom

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