Fully reduced and corrected high-quality data, ready for Rietveld refinement, will be provided to the user, together with example files and guidelines for refinement. The user is expected to carry out the structural analysis with minimal assistance.
Each group applying will be capped at 2 hours per cycle, and will be allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis until the group has reached a total of 10 hours.
If the beam time limits have been attained, or every 12 months in any case, a report shall be submitted to ISIS Facility Access Panel 1 (diffraction) for review, via the User Office, detailing how the beam time has been employed.
FAP1 may recommend continuation of the Xpress access mode or may require a Direct Access or Programme Access proposal before further beam time is allocated.
Data collected using Xpress are subject to the normal ISIS policy regarding publication of scientific results, and bibliometric criteria, among others, will be used to assess the productivity of the scheme.