Hard radiation for crystallography

This data sheet shows the results of experiments performed on the Empyrean: a variable counting time data collection strategy coupled to the latest detector technology allows to obtain an accurate structure refinement including meaningful B<sub>iso<.sub> of the lighter atoms. 

Single crystal diffraction typically uses hard radiation such as molybdenum in order to determine the precise crystalline structure of materials. Besides the ability to distinguish between inequivalent (hkl) reflections, the precise crystal structure determination is also due to the fact that one can reach short d spacing values with such radiation. Furthermore, a typical data collection strategy is to measure the weak reflections longer in order to have an improved determination of their intensities. And what about powder diffraction?


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