Deposition Summary
Depositor: Alexander Björling
Contact: [email protected]
Deposition date: 2020-06-26
Last modified: 2021-08-26
DOI: 10.11577/1658244
Related entries: CXIDB ID 188
Publication Details
Title: Three-dimensional coherent Bragg imaging of spontaneously rotating nanoparticles
Authors: Alexander Björling et al.
Journal: Physical Review Letters
Year: 2020
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.125.246101
Experimental Conditions
Method: Bragg Coherent Diffraction Imaging
Sample: 60 nm truncated-octrahedral gold nanoparticles
Wavelength: 1.25 Å (10.0 keV)
Lightsource: MAX IV Laboratory
Beamline: NanoMAX
Data Files
Raw Data: cxidb_151_data.tar.gz (39.86 GB)
Auxiliary Files
Analysis Description:


Series of coherent diffraction patterns were collected from crystalline gold nanoparticles as these rotated under the influence of a focused X-ray beam. The resulting movies show the (111) Bragg peaks crossing the Ewald sphere, and the frames can be assembled into three-dimensional diffraction volumes and phased.

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