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Coherent diffraction of a single virus particle: The impact of a water layer on the available orientational information
Physical Review E
Coherent diffractive imaging using x-ray free-electron lasers (XFELs) may provide a unique opportunity for high-resolution structural analysis of single particles sprayed from an aqueous solution into the laser beam. As a result, diffraction images are measured from randomly oriented objects covered by a water layer. We analyze theoretically how the thickness of the covering water layer influences the structural and orientational information contained in the recorded diffraction images. Thisdoi:10.1103/physreve.83.031907 pmid:21517525 fatcat:jlyyditrdfhy3flchynjq7v3am