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Thunderstorms), major accident, mains electricity power surge, coolant leaks, vacuumor electronics failures, operator error, and so forth. The instrument itself can fail because of computer malfunction, jamming of beam port or sample holder, electronics breakdown, vacuum leaks, and so on. This means that all the basic data essential for subsequent data reduction should be collected before the sample and buffer runs are measured, and that the samples should be measured in order of priority. In synchrotron X-ray scattering, beam may not be available for 12-24 h periods; therefore, sessions should be booked for at least 48 h in order to be reasonably sure of collecting some data.

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