Small Molecule Crystallography
Small molecule Crystallography refers to the x-ray diffraction analysis of molecules with very small unit cells (< 50 Angströms). The technique achieves fast and accurate molecular structure analysis, at near atomic resolution, and enables the detection of molecular interactions that are essential in different applications such as biotechnology or chemistry.
Unique capability of Xenocs product offer for small molecule crystallography
Due to its unique single reflection design and evolved geometries, Xenocs FOX 3D optics and GeniX 3D product lines achieve higher intensity and efficiency for small crystal analysis as compared to traditional solutions using standard sealed tubes with graphite optics or other microfocus sources coupled with Montel mirrors.
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Small molecule crystallography
|GeniX Mo High Flux tested on a STOE IPDS2T system for Small Molecule and Powder Diffraction [03/2007]|
|Chemical crystallography with the GeniX Cu High Flux and the STOE-IPDS2T diffractometer [12/2006]|