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Variations of the ratio of these two solvents in neutron scattering experiments will reveal the structure of these components within the macromolecule. X-ray data can be used as a substitute for neutron data in 0% D20. This is exemplified for lowdensity lipoprotein (LDL) in Fig. 2 (4). LDL is almost spherical in its shape and is formed from apolipoprotein B (mol wt 540,000) in association with lipids to result in a total mol wt close to 2,300,OOO. The high positive solute-solvent contrast found with X-ray scattering emphasizes the protein component of LDL, whereas the high negative solute-solvent contrast in D,O by neutron scattering emphasizes the lipid content.
Scattering curves are processed by subtracting the buffer curve from the sample curve (normalizing on the basis of ion chamber counts) and normalizing the result by dividing by the detector response curve. In neutron work, the instrument configuration defines the Q range. The basic runs to be measured (8) are cadmium (for neutron and electronic noise background), TeflonTM (for defining the beam center and the detector area masked by the beamstop), a 1 mm thick Hz0 sample (for detector response and absolute scale), an empty cell (background for the HZ0 sample), and an empty cell holder (a check for stray reflections or scattering).
This means that all the basic data essential for subsequent data reduction should be collected before the sample and buffer runs are measured, and that the samples should be measured in order of priority. In synchrotron X-ray scattering, beam may not be available for 12-24 h periods; therefore, sessions should be booked for at least 48 h in order to be reasonably sure of collecting some data. Scattering data are best interpreted if a satisfactory Guinier analysis can be reported. This requires a low enough experimental Q range on the camera to permit measurement in the Q range below Q -R, of l(1).