crystal structure

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crys·tal struc·ture

the arrangement in space and the interatomic distances and angles of the atoms in crystals, usually determined by x-ray diffraction measurements.
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X-ray crystallographic structure determination plays an important role in elucidation the mechanism of action of enzymes.
HA has been widely used as a bone substitute in restorative dental and orthopedic implants, due to its chemical and crystallographic structure similar to bone mineral [4].
In the electrostatic potential field of diamond (Figure 5a) the surfaces totally involves the crystalline structure, preventing chemical attacks from species different to carbon atoms indicating high stability of the crystallographic structure.
All water molecules and 3-bromo-7-nitroindazole (crystallographic ligand) were removed from the crystallographic structure and all hydrogen atoms were added.
The [boron nitride] nanotubes constitute ideal pores, in that they are tubes with a perfect crystallographic structure.
During the deposition, the crystallographic structure of the substrate is effectively transferred to the ceramic layers being deposited.
The crystallographic structure of the substrate is effectively transferred to the ceramic layers being deposited so that all crystals of the superconductor obtained are perfectly aligned to each other.
Homology modelling is usually the method of choice when a clear relationship of homology between sequence of the target protein and at least one known X-ray crystallographic structure is found.
Almelo, The Netherlands, is a multi-purpose plat form that gives users a wealth of information on sample types, ranging from the crystallographic structure of samples to a 3D tomographic image.
2007, for the crystallographic structure of the foliated microstructure).
These two peptides could form a single determinant recognized by TOR based on the x-ray crystallographic structure for ANT reported in the literature.
Crystallographic structure determination involves many steps: first the protein has to be isolated, purified, and crystallized.