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Ruland, W. Acta Polymer. 1996, 47, 498. Chapter 3 Analysis of SAXS Fiber Patterns by Means of Projections N. Stribeck Institut für Technische und Makromolekulare Chemie, Universitat Hamburg, 20146 Hamburg, Germany Results of two methods for the quantitative analysis of two-dimensional (2D) small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) patterns with fiber symmetry are presented. Experimental data originate from studies of poly(ether ester) (PEE) thermoplastic elastomer materials recorded during straining experiments at a synchrotron beamline.
Fluctuations of the electron density are considered by IFU the density fluctua tion background. w is the width of the transition zone at the domain boundary. 2 t t 48 From G ($i ) the 2D chord distribution [19,20] g (#12) is computed by 2 2 2 poo 92(χη) = π / Jo (Jo(27T^i si ) - J ( 2 T O I S I ) ) 0 ( § ι ) dsn. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 (6) Here Jo and J denote Bessel functions of the first kind. In general, g (xi ) shows the distribution of chords from needle and matrix cross sections and their correlations in the plane normal to thefiberdirection.
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