Chemical crystallography

Determine the three dimensional structure of molecules

Sometimes referred to as small molecule crystallography, this technique employs single crystal X-ray diffraction (SXRD) to unambiguously determine the three dimensional structure of molecules. The technique involves the use of crystallography to study problems which are primarily of a chemical nature and provides accurate and precise measurements of molecular dimensions in a way that no other method can approach. Chemical crystallography may be applied to compounds of both chemical and biological interest, including: new synthetic chemicals, catalysts, pharmaceuticals, and natural products.

Single crystal X-ray diffraction instrumentation

  XtaLAB mini II
A compact, easy to use benchtop system with the latest technology HPC detector, ideal for self-service crystallography.
  XtaLAB SuperNova
Cost-effective, full featured system with a small HPC detector and microfocus sources.
 

 

XtaLAB Synergy-S
Fast, flexible system with the latest generation sources and HPC detectors, perfect for any crystallography lab.
 
 
 
  XtaLAB Synergy-R
High-flux rotating anode system with a fast goniometer and sensitive HPC detectors for labs with challenging samples.
  XtaLAB Synergy Custom
Advanced system with latest HPC detector and a variety of X-ray sources to give ultimate flexibility for wide range of applications.
 
 

Three dimensional atomic structures of small molecules may be unambiguously determined by employing the technique of single crystal X-ray diffraction. This technique is applied across a wide range of areas, including new synthetic chemicals, catalysts, metal organic frameworks (MOFs), pharmaceuticals, and natural products.