Evaluation of the Solution Stability When Reconstructing the Volume Particle Size Distribution from Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering Data for a Silicasol Solution
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The results of studying the stability of the solution to the problem for determining the volume nanoparticle size distribution using experimental small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) data for a silicasol solution are presented. The possibility of reconstructing solutions using indirect Fourier transform and nonlinear minimization methods for a two-component model of spherical polydisperse particles has been investigated. The results obtained are compared with the simulation data obtained previously for theoretical data sets.
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