Determining the absolute structure of light-atom organic molecules is a developing field with several research groups working on novel statistical methods in data refinement. All of these methods require precise experimental determination of very small differences in the intensities of related reflections. With high intensity sources and ultra-sensitive, low noise detectors coupled with efficient data collection strategies Rigaku Oxford Diffraction’s micro-focus SuperNova X-ray diffractometer is well suited to this field.
A benchtop single crystal X-ray diffractometer with the latest technology HPC X-ray detector, ideal for self-service crystallography.
An upgradeable single crystal X-ray diffractometer for structural analysis of small molecule samples
Fast, flexible single crystal X-ray diffractometer with the latest generation sources and HPC X-ray detectors, perfect for any crystallography lab
Single crystal X-ray diffractometer with high-flux microfocus rotating anode X-ray generator
Versatile and high-flux dual-wavelength (DW) X-ray diffractometer with HPC X-ray detector for multipurpose diffraction experiments
Single crystal X-ray diffractometer with custom enclosure and flexibility for easy integration of accessory components
Automated crystal transport, orientation and retrieval robot
User-inspired data collection and data processing software for small molecule and protein crystallography
Single wavelength Confocal Max-Flux (CMF) optics for single crystal diffraction
Low noise, sensitive, air-cooled X-ray detector for superior X-ray diffraction data quality
Compact, highly sensitive X-ray detector for single crystal applications
A unique curved single crystal X-ray diffraction detector
High resolution X-ray detectors for X-ray diffractometers from DECTRIS