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On X-ray scattering model for single particles, Part I: The legacy of protein crystallography

@article{Jafarpour2014OnXS,
  title={On X-ray scattering model for single particles, Part I: The legacy of protein crystallography},
  author={Aliakbar Jafarpour},
  journal={arXiv: Biomolecules},
  year={2014}
}
Emerging coherent X-ray scattering patterns of single particles have shown dominant morphological signatures in agreement with predictions of the scattering model used for conventional protein crystallography. The key question is if and to what extent these scattering patterns contain volumetric information, and what model can retrieve it. The scattering model of protein crystallography is valid for very small crystals or those like crystalized biomolecules with small coherent subunits. But in… 

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