Structure Analysis by Diffraction
7.5 credits cr.
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This course will give you theoretical and practical training in structure determination of crystals using X-ray diffraction. The course will also provide an introduction to the use of crystallographic databases and treatment of data resulting in accurate atomic structures. The course covers inorganic as well as organic crystal structures. A brief introduction is also given to other methods for structure analysis, such as neutron powder and electron diffraction.