This page contains the list of (Youtube) videos I have made over time explaining SAXS and some of its workings. They are mostly sorted in order of appearance (newest on top). While this page is not always up-to-date, the newest videos are always available here.

SAXS Applications: Self-assembled Structures (more information):

SAXS Applications: Fibres (more information):

SAXS Applications: Metal Alloys (more information):

SAXS Applications: Catalysts (more information):

SAXS instrument components (more information):

A user interface for McSAS (more information):

A new Live Fourier Transform demonstration (more information):

Introducing dr. Julian Rosalie (more information):

Introducing dr. Shivani Sharma (more information):

Some new 2D fitting work I am developing at the moment (more information):

A presentation detailing my current work (more information):

A presentation with advice for scientific presenters (more information):

A presentation discussing a small-angle scattering technicality, what is the visibility of particular sizes in polydisperse samples? (more information):

A promotional video for a NIMS workshop:

A demonstration of small-angle scattering from a hair. This is a demonstration in which beams of laserlight (two lasers with different wavelengths are used to demonstrate the effect of different wavelengths as well) is shone upon two human hair samples. A small-angle scaattering pattern is seen on a whiteboard and analysed to determine the diameter of the hairs.

…and the calculation of their diameters from the small-angle scattering pattern

A demonstration of what we would see when we scatter from some samples, using a live Fourier Transform image of a laptop camera:

An explanation of what I did from 2009 to 2011 with a concise SAXS explanation and some elaboration on analysis methods:

A short explanation of small-angle scattering:

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