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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
A compact benchtop system makes routine self-service crystallography possible for the synthetic chemist.
Xcalibur & Gemini
Single or dual-source small molecule single crystal system to meet the ever-increasing demands of the modern day laboratory environment.
The ideal diffractometer for small molecule crystallography in research laboratories and leading analytical service facilities.
XtaLAB PRO MM007
Advanced system with latest HPAD detector and a variety of X-ray sources to give ultimate flexibility for wide range of applications.
R-AXIS RAPID II
Advanced curved area X-ray detector small molecule system
delivers exceptionally large reciprocal space coverage.
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 (MOF's), pharmaceuticals, and natural products.