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Basic X-Ray Scattering for Soft Matter$
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Wim H. de Jeu

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780198728665

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: June 2016

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198728665.001.0001

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Basic Scattering by Particles

Basic Scattering by Particles

Chapter:
(p.18) 2 Basic Scattering by Particles
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Basic X-Ray Scattering for Soft Matter
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Wim H. de Jeu

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198728665.003.0002

In Chapter 2 the scattering of x-rays is extended to atoms, molecules, and more complex particles like colloids. This allows the elucidatation of the basic principles of scattering in some detail, taking the interference between scattering from electrons inside the scattering units into account. For this purpose, just dilute solutions are looked at, for which interactions between the particles can be disregarded. This leads to the so-called form factor of the system, the modelling of which will be discussed in a case study. At the end of the chapter the structure factor will be introduced, the vehicle used to describe the interactions between particles.

Keywords:   lattice scattering, Ewald sphere, solution scattering, form factor, Guinier regime, Porod regime, colloidal scattering, nanodisc scattering, structure factor

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