Advanced Crystallography

The research area advanced crystallography contains a number of challenging and important methods that enable us to discover advanced details about several crystal structures. Some of the methods that are used are high pressure crystallography, electron density studies, photo crystallography, and the study of intermolecular interactions. The methods connect the theory with practice which improve our understanding in how structures are built and why a specific material have certain properties. In the future it may be possible to predict how a material that is not ever prepared behaves; from its stability to properties. Precious stones are generally connected with having normally grown, level and smooth outer countenances. It has for quite some time been perceived that this confirmation of outside normality is identified with the consistency of inside structure. Diffraction strategies are presently accessible which give substantially more data about the inside structure of precious stones, and it is perceived that interior request can exist with no outside confirmation for it.

  • Computational Studies of Crystal Structure and Bonding
  • Stress, strain and crystallite size determination
  • Cryo-Crystallography
  • High-Pressure Crystallography
  • Chemical X-Ray Photodiffraction
  • Advances in instrumentation and techniques
  • Computational Crystallography
  • Edge Dislocations
  • Screw Dislocations
  • Powder Diffraction Crystallography of Molecular Solids
  • Porous and Liquid Crystals
  • Industrial and Functional Crystals
  • Organic & Inorganic Crystals
  • Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs)
  • Structural Genomics
  • Proteolysis
  • Atomistic
  • Classical Methods
  • Protein Structure prediction
  • Recent trends in Crystallography

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