chemical crystallography

chemical crystallography

[′kem·i·kəl kris·tə′läg·rə·fē]
(crystallography)
The geometric description, and study, of the internal arrangement of atoms in crystals formed from chemical compounds.
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The focal person Dr Maqsood Ahmad said that the laboratory with especially focus on 3D structural characterization of proteins and natural products extracted from the Cholistan desert, structural and functional studies of molecules applicable in dye-sensitized solar cells as well as routine chemical crystallography of diverse nature.
Focal person Dr Maqsood Ahmed said that the laboratory with special focus on 3D structural characterisation of proteins and natural products extracted from the Cholistan desert, structural and functional studies of molecules applicable in dye-sensitised solar cells as well as routine chemical crystallography of diverse nature.
These included a workshop on Sustainable Approaches to Materials Research, the 7th Canadian Chemical Crystallography Workshop (CCCW16) and the 41st Annual Science Atlantic--CIC Chemistry Conference (ChemCon 2016).
Formerly known as Oxford Diffraction within Varian when that company was acquired by Agilent in 2010, the XRD group is a manufacturer of single-crystal X-ray instruments for the global chemical crystallography market.
The RAPID II combines all the components needed for an X-ray diffraction system, delivering superior performance for applications ranging from applied crystallography to chemical crystallography. Typical applications include micro-diffraction, diffuse scattering, wide angle X-ray scattering, stress and texture measurements, and more.

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