Chemical Crystallography at the Advanced Light Source
AbstractChemical crystallography at synchrotrons was pioneered at the Daresbury SRS station 9.8. The chemical crystallography beamlines at the Advanced Light Source seek to follow that example, with orders of magnitude more flux than a lab source, and various in situ experiments. This article attempts to answer why a chemist would require synchrotron X-rays, to describe the techniques available at the ALS chemical crystallography beamlines, and place the current facilities in a historical context. View Full-Text
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McCormick, L.J.; Giordano, N.; Teat, S.J.; Beavers, C.M. Chemical Crystallography at the Advanced Light Source. Crystals 2017, 7, 382.
McCormick LJ, Giordano N, Teat SJ, Beavers CM. Chemical Crystallography at the Advanced Light Source. Crystals. 2017; 7(12):382.Chicago/Turabian Style
McCormick, Laura J.; Giordano, Nico; Teat, Simon J.; Beavers, Christine M. 2017. "Chemical Crystallography at the Advanced Light Source." Crystals 7, no. 12: 382.
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