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USAXS instrument at the Advanced Photon Source,
X-ray science division, beamline 9ID-C

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Staff web pages:
      Jan Ilavsky, inst. scientist
Documentation

      Glassy Carbon int. stnd.
      Example USAXS data
      Getting beam time
      Instrument Geometries
      USAXS imaging
      Overview
      Posters
      Sample Holders
      Select publications
      User publications
      Shipping Instructions
Live USAXS data
Software by Jan Ilavsky:
      Indra (reduction)
      Irena (analysis)
      Nika (2D data reduction)
      Cromer-Liberman AtFF
      Clementine (kinetic rate analysis)
      other macros
Useful WWW links


Glassy Carbon USAXS

APS 9ID USAXS/SAXS/WAXS
Ultra-Small-Angle X-ray Scattering Facility

e-mail: usaxs@aps.anl.gov, instrument scientist: Jan Ilavsky, 630-252-0866, ilavsky@aps.anl.gov and Ivan Kuzmenko, 630-252-0327, kuzmenko@aps.anl.gov

Examples of USAXS data

Silica spheres in solution

Slit smeared configuration, “rocking-curve data”. These data are photodiode intensity (divided by monitor ion chamber intensity) as a function of Q vector. The data are corrected for photodiode/amplifier dark current, but no other correction is done.
The data for silica spheres in solution after all corrections – after subtracting blank from the sample measurement, calibration and desmearing.
The same data as above measured on pin hole collimated instrument (SBUSAXS). First the rocking-curve data.
The data from above, blank subtracted from the sample measurement, calibrated, this time no desmearing routine was needed.

Glassy Carbon

Glassy carbon SAXS intensity standard. glassy carbon USAXS plot

Absolute intensity conversion

For details of the conversion of raw intensity to absolute units of differential scattering cross-section per unit volume per solid angle, please consult:


        

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