All Magnetic Materials (MM) beamlines, namely 4-ID-D, 6-ID-B,C, 6-ID-D or 29-ID-C,D, allocate 80% of their beamtime to outside users. If you would like to perform an experiment on any of the MM beamlines:
|Experiment Safety Assessment Form (ESAF)
Important ESAF reminders:
At least 2 months before:
Access to the Argonne National Lab is extremely restricted: failure to check in and/or present appropriate documentation can lead to hours long wait and/or access denial; see above details in COVID rules and regulations:
Finally, please make sure to completed your trainings before coming to the beamline; this included Sector orientation. Note that any missing training might delay your experiment since no work (including mounting samples) will be allowed until all experimenters have completed their required training.
Upon arriving, make sure to stop by the APS user office during business hours (M-F, 8am-5pm) to get your badge activated for after hours building access.