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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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].
All water molecules and 3-bromo-7-nitroindazole (crystallographic ligand) were removed from the crystallographic structure and all hydrogen atoms were added.
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.
An X-ray Diffractometer is available to measure the chemical composition and crystallographic structure of a film and an Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometer is in place to measure the qualitative and quantitative components of the material composition of newly deposited film.
These two peptides could form a single determinant recognized by TOR based on the x-ray crystallographic structure for ANT reported in the literature.
X-ray diffraction (XRD) method was employed to characterize the phase composition and crystallographic structure of the BAp using a powder X-ray diffractometer (Shimadzu XRD-600, Japan).
The Woodlands, TX 9/30/04--Rigaku/MSC has acquired Molecular Images, a developer of molecular graphics and data analysis software for macro-molecular crystallographic structure determination, including the MI-fit program for Windows and Linux, and the XtalView program.
The first experimental demonstration of a connection between macroscopic piezoelectric phenomena and crystallographic structure was published in 1880 by Jacques Curie and his brother Pierre (who would marry Marie Sklodowska five years later and, together, research radioactive materials).
According to the company, the crystallographic structure and chemical composition (93 percent zirconium oxide) contribute to its outstanding wear resistance.