Output:

P(q) = \frac{\text{scale}}{V_{cs}} \int_{0}^{\pi}\int_{0}^{2\pi} f^2(q,\theta_Q,\phi_Q) \sin(\theta_Q) d\theta_Q d\phi_Q + \text{background}

where

f(q,\theta_Q,\phi_Q) = ( \rho_{c}-\rho_{sh} ) \prod_{j=1}^3 [ 2 * L/2 * sinc(Q_j*L/2) ] + ( \rho_{sh}-\rho_{solv} ) * \prod_{j=1}^3 [ 2 * (L/2+d) * sinc(Q_j*(L/2+d)) ]

where

sinc(x) = \sin(x) / x

Q_1 = Q \sin(\theta_Q) \cos(\phi_Q)

Q_2 = Q \sin(\theta_Q) \sin(\phi_Q)

Q_3 = Q \cos(\theta_Q)

Parameters:

scale = scaling factor, volume fraction of particles scale phi ~ N V_{cs} / V_{irr}, with N / V_{irr} being the number density of particles in the irradiated volume

background = const. background

L = length of the cuboid

d = shell thickness

\rho_{c} = scattering length density of core

\rho_{sh} = scattering length density of shell

\rho_{solv} = scattering length density of solvent

V_{cs} = volume of core-shell cuboid

Intensity is very similar to the faster core-shell sphere model, especially when using polydispersity. Model can easily be generalized for anisotropic lengths.

Created By |
p3scmr |

Uploaded |
Aug. 2, 2019, 6:27 p.m. |

Category |
Parallelepiped |

Score |
0 |

Verified |
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In Library |
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Files |
core_shell_cuboid.c core_shell_cuboid.py |

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