BRING US YOUR PROBLEM CRYSTALS!
This workshop will introduce experienced crystallographers (graduate students, postdocs, and staff) to the newly upgraded ChemMatCARS Advanced Crystallography Station at beamline 15-ID of the Advanced Photon Source (APS)—a fast and powerful tool for structure determination and high-resolution charge density studies of small, difficult samples.
This instrument achieves spatial resolution to 2.1 Å-1. In addition, ChemMatCARS offers rapid setup, high-speed data collection, and service crystallography programs to optimize user access to available beamtime.
Participants are invited to propose up to 3 challenging samples for hands-on data collection and analysis during the workshop. Software experts will be on hand to help with difficult structures. Both new and experienced users of the APS are invited to attend.
- Beamtime begins the evening of December 3 (by assignment).
- Formal program held December 4-5, 2008.
- Class size limited to 18.
- Meals, onsite lodging, and partial travel support provided.
- Registration fee $50, due upon acceptance to the workshop.
- Application due October 1.
- Yu-Sheng Chen, Research Beamline Scientist, ChemMatCARS, University of Chicago
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- Maren Pink, Senior Scientist and Research Crystallographer, Indiana University; Program Coordinator, Service Crystallography at the Advanced Photon Source (SCrAPS)
- Sue Byram, Bruker AXS Inc.
Publications from Workshop
- Dan Zhao, Daqiang Yuan*, Daofeng Sun, Hong-Cai Zhou, “Stabilization of Metal−Organic Frameworks with High Surface Areas by the Incorporation of Mesocavities with Microwindows,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2009 131 (26), 9186-9188 (DOI: 10.1021/ja901109t).
The assistance of the following people is also gratefully acknowledged:
Lauren Borkowski, Stony Brook University, beamline support
Brenda Dougan, University of Tennessee, beamline support