Small Angle Scattering of Solutions
The divergence of the synchrotron radiation received by the instruments at about 25m distance from the source is small and therefore ideally suited for small angle scattering experiments. A nearly point-like primary beam with respect to the half-width of the central peak of small angle scattering can be achieved without severe loss of intensity.
KeywordsSmall Angle Synchrotron Radiation Scattered Photon Small Angle Scattering European Molecular Biology Laboratory
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