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However, the planned construction of the SNS and upgrades at LANSCE are likely to moderate pressures arising from the limited supply of neutrons in the near term. The dramatic growth in the number and size of the facilities and facility user communities exacerbates the problem these facilities have with the inadequacy of their annual operating funds. This problem, which has been stressed in numerous previous reports (BESAC, 1997, 1998; Structural Biology Synchrotron Users Organization, 1997; BERAC, 1998; OSTP, 1999), was emphasized by all the DOE facility directors who appeared before the committee (see Appendix C).
Total users: 265 in 1990 and 850 in 1998. The term “users” counts on-site researchers who conduct experiments at facilities. An individual is counted as one user (per facility annually) regardless of the number of visits in a year. SOURCE: Information supplied to the committee by Jack Rush, NIST CNR, on May 4, 1999. Trends in the Neutron Source User Community During the 1990s, the neutron user community in the United States grew both in absolute numbers and in the diversity of scientific disciplines.
Advances in NMR probes and data acquisition systems, along with higher-field NMR systems, are also leading to large sensitivity increases. These increased sensitivities permit larger molecules to be studied, which is important to the biological and chemical sciences. High-magnetic-field NMR systems are expensive, primarily because of the cost of the magnet system. 5-T magnet with a stored energy of about 5 MJ. NMR systems operating at 900 MHz are under development. They will require magnetic fields of 21 T with a stored energy of about 35 MJ and cost about $5 million to $8 million.