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Figure 4
Crossover regimes in the one-dimensional gradient. (a) Plot of the most prominent in-plane length scales as a function of the scan position y. Two typical two-dimensional µGISAXS patterns at y = 0.65 mm and y = 2.55 mm are shown as insets. (b) Schematic representation of transition from largely separated nanoparticles (distance dS) to packed nanoparticles with distance dS approximately twice the nanoparticle diameter. The grey shaded region indicates a cross-over regime where domains (distance dL) of nanoparticles, being separated by dS, have formed.

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