crystal diffraction

crystal diffraction

[′krist·əl di′frak·shən]
(solid-state physics)
Diffraction by a crystal of beams of x-rays, neutrons, or electrons whose wavelengths (or de Broglie wavelengths) are comparable with the interatomic spacing of the crystal.
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it is an x-ray diffractometer for single crystal diffraction measurements macromolecular substances having a high intensity source of x-ray goniometry, and kappa area detector with the ability to "single photon counting".
In phase II, MiTeGen will develop automated bench-top devices that provides faster, safer and more reproducible crystal cooling, and that will allow for a more systematic optimization of crystal diffraction to achieve the highest resolution molecular structures possible.
The presence of broad crystal diffraction peaks indicate that the thin films deposited on the substrates are of nano-sizes (Gosh et al.
NEW YORK, March 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Recognizing the need for pharmaceutical companies to achieve effective strategies for affecting the stability, solubility, and bioavailability of drug-metal complexes, role of single- crystal diffraction in identifying, characterizing and understanding polymorphism of pharmaceutical solids, and becoming aware of the mechanisms for the success and failure of formulation strategies used to improve dissolution and bioavailability, PharmaIQ, a division of the International Quality and Productivity Center (IQPC), announced their 6th Annual Polymorphism & Crystallization Conference, to take place May 22-24, 2006 at the Hilton San Diego/Del Mar, in Del Mar, CA.
Prince and Nicholson showed for single crystal diffraction that the impact of individual reflections may be assessed statistically using standard least squares analysis [8].
The instrument is suitable for all powder diffraction and single crystal diffraction recordings as well.
AP Innovation has a core expertise in the crystallization of proteins and protein crystal diffraction.
It is clearly seen that both gave pure [alpha] crystal diffraction patterns after the specimen cooled rapidly from melt.
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Single-crystal diffractometer (single crystal diffraction data collection for the determination of crystal structures) according to demanding tender documents by indicating the processing code 63 / 13th
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