Crystallography

Crystallography is the study of crystals, which can originate in nature in variability of forms, from salt to snowflakes to jewels. Crystallographers use the qualities and internal arrangements of precious stones to regulate how iotas behave and provide knowledge that is used by scientists, physicists, and intellectuals. Connected Crystallography is a crystallographic method that uses neutrons, X-beams, and electrons to examine the crystalline and non-crystalline matter. Its applications include consolidated matter research, materials science, and the life sciences, as well as identifying stage deviations and auxiliary changes of imperfections, structure-property connections, interfaces, surfaces, and so on.

  • The effect of temperature and pressure on the crystal structure of piperidine

  • Charge density analysis for crystal engineering

  • Topology graphs

  • Describing the hydrogen-bonded structure


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