2 edition of The precession method in X-ray crystallography / Martin J. Buerger. found in the catalog.
The precession method in X-ray crystallography / Martin J. Buerger.
|LC Classifications||QD 945 B92 1964|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||276|
In the 20 years since precession electron diffraction (PED) was introduced, it has grown from a little-known niche technique to one that is seen as a cornerstone of electron crystallography. It is now used primarily in two ways. The first is to determine crystal structures, to identify lattice parameters and symmetry, and ultimately to solve the atomic structure ab initio. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Azároff, Leonid V. Powder method in X-ray crystallography. New York, McGraw-Hill, (OCoLC)
Article Views are the COUNTER-compliant sum of full text article downloads since November (both PDF and HTML) across all institutions and individuals. There are a number of variants on this diffraction tomography method, such as combining beam tilt and crystal rotation about a single tilt axis (‘rotation electron diffraction’ or RED; Willhammar et al., ), and a digital precession method (Zhang et al., ) in which patterns, at each crystal tilt, are recorded at multiple azimuthal.
Ben J. Davis, Stephen D. Roughley, in Annual Reports in Medicinal Chemistry, X-Ray Crystallography. X-ray crystallography was one of the earliest methods used to detect low-affinity fragments and remains a key approach. Crystallographic approaches have two key advantages over other techniques—first, the three-dimensional structure of the protein:ligand complex is, by definition. This scheme is equivalent to rocking the crystal as is done in the Buerger x-ray precession method. However, the result is quite different since the small dimensions of the crystal give rise to an elongated shape function in reciprocal space (the reciprocal lattice rods, or relrods), and the scattered intensity has been modified from the.
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New York, Wiley [©] (OCoLC) M.J Buerger has written: 'X-ray crystallography: an introduction to the investigation of crystals by their diffraction of monochromatic x-radiation' -- subject(s): X-ray crystallogrphy 'The.
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Buerger. Reviews. User-contributed reviews Tags. Add tags for "The precession method in X-ray. Among the most important of Buerger’s innovations is the precession method of X-ray diffraction analysis (the determination of the spatial arrangement of atoms in crystals by observing the pattern in which they scatter a beam of X rays), one of the two most commonly used methods of recording diffraction intensities.
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The growth and development of crystallography in the United States is intimately interwoven with the professional maturation of M.J. Buerger.
When the American Society for X-ray and Electron Diffraction was established inBuerger was an active orga- nizer and. The precession method was developed by Martin J.
Buerger () at the beginning of the 's as a very clever alternative to collect diffracted intensities without distorting the geometry of. This technique is equivalent to the Buerger precession technique used in X-ray diffraction, where the specimen is precessed with respect to the incident X-ray beam.
In the electron precession technique, the electron beam is tilted and precessed along a conical surface, having a common axis with the TEM optical axis. He was a mineralogist who made major contributions to many areas of crystallography.
Buerger invented the X-ray precession camera and in he published The Photography of the Crystal Lattice, a detailed description of the theory and practical use of the precession camera for examining single crystals.
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Abstract. In this chapter we shall discuss the interaction between crystals and two different electromagnetic radiations, light and X-rays.
Light, with its longer wavelength (– Å), can reveal only limited information about crystal structures, whereas X-rays with wavelengths of less than about 2 Å can be used to determine the relative positions of atoms in crystals.
Get this from a library. The power method in x-ray crystallography. [Leonid V Azaroff; Martin J Buerger]. He was a mineralogist who made major contributions to many areas of crystallography.
Buerger invented the X-ray precession camera and in he published The Photography of the Crystal Lattice, a detailed description of the theory and practical use of the precession camera for examining single crystals. X-ray crystallography; an introduction to the investigation of crystals by their diffraction of monochromatic X-radiation by Martin Julian Buerger (Book) 37 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Elementary Crystallography Vintage Text Book Martin J. Buerger MIT Mineralogy Elementary Crystallography Vintage - $ X Ray Crystallography by Buerger M. X Ray Crystallography - $ Ed. Rollett Methods by Crystallography J.S. Computing in. Historical Atlas of Crystallography by Lima De Faria J.
Historical Atlas of - $ In most experimental methods, excepting the Buerger precession method, evaluation of dV* in the appropriate coordinate system yields only a multiplying factor.
These results are termed Lorentzfuctors and are tabulated in Table VII and are discussed in Section The interference function J can be applied to the scattering by one molecule. X-ray crystallography is a tool used for determining the atomic and molecular structure of a crystal. The underlying principle is that the crystalline atoms cause a beam of X-rays to diffract into many specific directions (Fig.
).By measuring the angles and intensities of these diffracted beams, a crystallographer can produce a 3D picture of the density of electrons within the crystal.The Laue Method demonstrates why and how the Laue method provides an easy vehicle for identification of crystalline species.
The more important aspects of classical crystal theory and projection methods (such as the stereographic, gnomonic and stereognomonic projections) are discussed. The subject matter of this book falls into two parts.X-ray crystallography: Autor Buerger, Martin Julian Vydáno: Umístění: Načítá se Kniha Načítá se Uloženo v: The precession method in x-ray crystallography Autor Buerger, Martin J.
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