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Often, during the course of an experimental program, the beam time originally
allocated is not sufficient to adequately complete an investigation.
It it then appropriate for the group leader to present a progress report
to the next EEC and request additional beam time under the same experiment
number. In these circumstances,
the EEC has instructed that some very specific issues be
addressed. They are
- The user should reiterate the goal and overall context of what was
proposed and done during the original proposal and clearly
explain why those are relevant to the requested extension.
- The user must clearly state why the extra beam time is required.
- has a relevant but unanticipated aspect of the phenomenon
been unearthed, or
- have the originally proposed measurements
proven to be less sensitive to the phenomena and
more time is required
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