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Journal for Biophysical Chemistry

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Fig. 7 | Biointerphases

Fig. 7

From: Understanding Nano-Anatomy of Healthy and Carious Human Teeth: a Prerequisite for Nanodentistry

Fig. 7

The figure shows the processed SAXS signal of specimen 100818 for three q-ranges and for the collagen related signal. A distinctive feature in the dentin on a virtual line connecting the cusps with the pulp can be identified. While the collagen yields stronger scattering along these lines, reduced intensity is found at all other ranges. Sharp changes in scattering signal orientation and degree of orientation can also be seen

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