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Application of photon correlation spectroscopy to the analysis of binary mixtures of spherical and rodlike macromolecules

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In this paper we analyze a binary solution of spherical and rodlike macromolecules by measuring the second-order correlation function, g(2)(τ), when the intensity scattered by the sample is low. The errors in the determination of molecular sizes and the concentration ratio are obtained by a computer simulation of the experiment. The results are shown to be useful in the study of polydisperse bimodal solutions of spherical and rodlike particles when g(2)(τ) is measured.

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