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Core Shell Sphere | .. _core_shell_sphere: This model provides the form factor, $P(q)$, for a spherical particle with a core-shell structure. The form factor is normalized by the particle volume. For information... | Sphere | 07 Sep 2017 | sasview | 0 | |

Vesicle | Definition This model provides the form factor, *P(q)*, for an unilamellar vesicle and is effectively identical to the hollow sphere reparameterized to be more intuitive for a vesicle and nor... | Sphere | 07 Sep 2017 | sasview | 0 | |

Multilayer Vesicle | Definition This model is a trivial extension of the core_shell_sphere function where the core is filled with solvent and is surrounded by $N$ shells of material (such as lipids) interleaved w... | Sphere | 07 Sep 2017 | sasview | 0 | |

Spherical Sld | Definition Similarly to the onion, this model provides the form factor, $P(q)$, for a multi-shell sphere, where the interface between the each neighboring shells can be described by the error... | Sphere | 07 Sep 2017 | sasview | 0 | |

Adsorbed Layer | Definition This model describes the scattering from a layer of surfactant or polymer adsorbed on large, smooth, notionally spherical particles under the conditions that (i) the particles (cor... | Sphere | 07 Sep 2017 | sasview | 0 | |

Onion | This model provides the form factor, $P(q)$, for a multi-shell sphere where the scattering length density (SLD) of each shell is described by an exponential, linear, or constant function. The form ... | Sphere | 07 Sep 2017 | sasview | 0 | |

Raspberry | Definition The figure below shows a schematic of a large droplet surrounded by several smaller particles forming a structure similar to that of Pickering emulsions. Schematic of the... | Sphere | 07 Sep 2017 | sasview | 0 | |

Linear Pearls | This model provides the form factor for $N$ spherical pearls of radius $R$ linearly joined by short strings (or segment length or edge separation) $l$ $(= A - 2R)$. $A$ is the center-to-center pear... | Sphere | 07 Sep 2017 | sasview | 0 | |

Binary Hard Sphere | Definition The binary hard sphere model provides the scattering intensity, for binary mixture of hard spheres including hard sphere interaction between those particles, using rhw Percus-Yevic... | Sphere | 07 Sep 2017 | sasview | 0 | |

Fuzzy Sphere | For information about polarised and magnetic scattering, see the `magnetism` documentation. Definition The scattering intensity $I(q)$ is calculated as: $$ I(q) = \frac{\text{scale}}{V... | Sphere | 07 Sep 2017 | sasview | 0 | |

Core Multi Shell | Definition This model is a trivial extension of the CoreShell function to a larger number of shells. The scattering length density profile for the default sld values (w/ 4 shells). ... | Sphere | 07 Sep 2017 | sasview | 0 | |

Polymer Micelle | This model provides the form factor, $P(q)$, for a micelle with a spherical core and Gaussian polymer chains attached to the surface, thus may be applied to block copolymer micelles. To work wel... | Sphere | 07 Sep 2017 | sasview | 0 | |

coreshellmicrogel (SASfit) | This file has been automatically generated by sasfit_convert and manually edited by Wojciech Potrzebowski, ESS on 2017-12-07. The model calculates an empirical functional form for SAS data chara... | Sphere | 07 Dec 2017 | wojciechpotrzebowski | 0 | |

Casein Micelle Bouchoux | This model comprises three populations of polydisperse hard spheres, corresponding to, from the largest to smallest size: Level0 - The casein micelle, around 100 nm in diameter. Level1 - Hard r... | Sphere | 03 Aug 2018 | jaredraynes | 0 | |

Core-Chain-Chain (CCC) Model | This form factor describes scattering from spherical cores (nanoparticle, micellar, etc.) that have chains coming off normal from their surface. In the case of the Core-Chain-Chain (CCC) Model, th... | Sphere | 23 Aug 2018 | mjahore | 0 | |

Sphere | For information about polarised and magnetic scattering, see the `magnetism` documentation. Definition The 1D scattering intensity is calculated in the following way (Guinier, 1955) $$ ... | Sphere | 07 Sep 2017 | sasview | 0 |

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