Measurements of Long-range Electronic Correlations During Femtosecond Diffraction Experiments Performed on Nanocrystals of Buckminsterfullerene
Rebecca A Ryan, Sophie Williams, Andrew V Martin, Ruben A Dilanian, Connie Darmanin, Corey T Putkunz, David Wood, Victor A Streltsov, Michael WM Jones, Naylyn Gaffney, Felix Hofmann, Garth J Williams, Sebastien Boutet, Marc Messerschmidt, Marvin Seibert, Evan K Curwood, Eugeniu Balaur, Andrew G Peele, Keith A Nugent, Harry M Quiney Show all
Journal of Visualized Experiments | JOURNAL OF VISUALIZED EXPERIMENTS | Published : 2017
The authors acknowledge the support of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Advanced Molecular Imaging. Portions of this research were carried out at the LCLS, a national user facility operated by the Stanford University on behalf of the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Basic Energy Sciences. We acknowledge the travel funding provided by the International Synchrotron Access Program managed by the AS and by the Australian government. In addition, some of this research was undertaken on the MX1 and MX2 beamlines at the AS, Victoria, Australia. Author contributions: B.A. was responsible for planning and managing all experimental aspects of the project. Experiments were designed by B.A., R.A.D., VS., CD., and G.J.W. B.A., H.M.Q., K.A.N., and R.A.D. wrote the original LCLS proposal. D.W., R.A.D., R.A.R., A.V.M., E.C., and S.W. carried out the simulation work. B.A., R.A.D., CD., VS., M.W.M.J., R.A.R., N.G., F.H., G.J.W., S.B., M.M., M.M.S., A.G.P, C.T.P, A.V.M., and K.A.N, collected the experimental data at the LCLS. S.W., V.A.S. and R.A.D collected experimental data at the Australian Synchrotron. C.T.P. and A.V.M. led the experimental data conversion and analysis. B.A., CD., N.G., and E.B. were responsible for the sample holder design and testing. R.A.R, B.A., S.W., A.V.M and H.M.Q wrote this manuscript. The formulation of electronic damage within coherence theory is performed by H.M.Q. and K.A.N.; R.A.D. conceived the idea to apply this formalism to C60.