Time resolved evolution of observed scattering intensity vs scattering angle . The symbolic curves correspond to experimental data and the solid line corresponds to Gaussian fitting.
Typical example of time evolution Guinier plot ( vs ).
Typical example of Guinier fitting using five functions. Symbolic curves correspond to experimental data. The continuous solid lines through the experimental data correspond to fitting data by five Gaussian functions [Eq. (4)]. The five straight lines correspond to five Gaussian functions. Fitting parameters give the information on and .
Time evolution of size distribution . was determined from the intercepts obtained by multi-(five) Guassian fitting method using Eq. (12). The symbolic curves correspond to experimental data and solid lines correspond to the fitting with .
Size distribution with size . decreases with . The symbolic curves correspond to experimental data and the solid line corresponds to fitting one.
Dependence of number density of nucleus on the time . The symbolic curves correspond to experimental data and the solid curves correspond to fitting one. The solid straight line corresponds to the line, . The induction time corresponds to the intercepts obtained from this equation.
Dependence of induction time on size . The solid line indicates the fitted line and it is assumed that it passed through the origin.
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