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Structure Determination by X-ray Crystallography

Author: M F C Ladd; R A Palmer
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1993.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Third editionView all editions and formats
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X-ray crystallography provides us with the most accurate picture we can get of atomic and molecular structures in crystals. It provides a hard bedrock of structural results in chemistry and in mineralogy. In biology, where the structures are not fully crystalline, it can still provide valuable results and, indeed, the impact here has been revolutionary. It is still an immense field for young workers, and no doubt  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: M F C Ladd; R A Palmer
ISBN: 9781461517931 1461517931
OCLC Number: 852767766
Description: 1 online resource (xxv, 586 pages)
Contents: 1 Crystal Geometry. I --
2 Crystal Geometry. II --
3 Preliminary Examination of Crystals by Optical and X-ray Methods --
4 Scattering of X-rays by Crystals --
5 Fourier Transform Theory --
6 Techniques in X-ray Structure Determination --
7 Direct Methods and Refinement --
8 Examples of Crystal Structure Determination --
A1 Stereoviews and Crystal Models --
A1.1 Stereoviews --
A1.2 Model of a Tetragonal Crystal --
A2 Crystallographic Point-Group Study and Recognition Scheme --
A3 Schoenflies' Symmetry Notation --
A3.1 Alternating Axis of Symmetry --
A3.2 Notation --
A4 Generation and Properties of X-rays --
A4.1 X-rays and White Radiation --
A4.2 Characteristic X-rays --
A4.3 Absorption of X-rays --
A4.4 Filtered Radiation --
A5 Crystal Perfection and Intensity Measurement --
A5.1 Crystal Perfection --
A5.2 Intensity of Reflected Beam --
A5.3 Intensity Measurements on Photographs --
A5.4 Data Processing --
A5.4.1 Introduction --
A5.4.2 Standard Deviation of Intensity --
A5.4.3 Absorption Corrections --
A5.4.4 Scaling --
A5.4.5 Merging Equivalent Reflections --
A6 Transformations --
A7 Comments on Some Orthorhombic and Monoclinic Space Groups --
A7.1 Orthorhombic Space Groups --
A7.2 Monoclinic Space Groups --
A8 Vector Algebraic Relationships in Reciprocal Space --
A8.1 Introduction --
A8.2 Reciprocal Lattice --
A8.2.1 Interplanar Spacings --
A8.2.2 Volume of a Parallelepipedon --
A8.2.3 Reciprocity of Unit-Cell Volumes --
A8.2.4 Angle between Bravais Lattice Planes --
A8.2.5 Reciprocity of F and I Unit Cells --
A8.3 X-ray Diffraction and the Reciprocal Lattice --
A8.3.1 Bragg's Equation --
A8.4 Crystal Setting --
A8.4.1 Setting Technique --
A9 Intensity Statistics --
A9.1 Weighted Reciprocal Lattice --
A9.1.1 Laue Symmetry --
A9.1.2 Systematic Absences --
A9.1.3 Accidental Absences --
A9.1.4 Enhanced Averages --
A9.1.5 Special Distributions --
A10 Enantiomorph Selection --
A11 Analytical Geometry of Direction Cosines --
A11.1 Direction Cosines of a Line --
A11.2 Angle between Two Lines --
A12 The Stereographic Projection of a Circle Is a Circle --
A13 Setting a Crystal for Precession Photography --
A13.1 Setting a Crystal Axis Parallel to the X-ray Beam --
A13.2 Setting a Reciprocal Lattice Row Horizontally --
A13.3 Screen Setting --
A14 Synchrotron Radiation --
Solutions.
Responsibility: by M.F.C. Ladd, R.A. Palmer.

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X-ray crystallography provides us with the most accurate picture we can get of atomic and molecular structures in crystals. It is still an immense field for young workers, and no doubt will provide  Read more...

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