Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering (SAXS) for Objects in Dilute Solution
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Discuss the power law intensity behavior for small angle scattering from objects of different geometries, including spheres, rods, disks, Gaussian coils, and fractals. Potential pitfalls in analyzing power law intensity profiles. General results and complications. Time 8:23.
Power law, sphere, rod, disk, Gaussian, fractal
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Videos 5.1-5.5 discuss techniques of small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS), commonly used to study dispersions such as proteins or colloids, or void distributions in a solid material. These videos are independently accessible without viewing those in previous sections.