Crystallographic studies is a major research field of the Structural Chemistry Group at the Department of Chemistry. A large number of crystal structure determinations by X-ray crystallographic methods have been carried out. Two single-crystal diffractometers as well as one powder difrractometer are in use. The newest instrument is a Siemens/Bruker SMART diffractometer with a fast CCD area detector which makes it possible to measure many diffraction intensities within a short time. Data interpretation and representation of structural results involves extensive use of crystallographic computer software. Several crystallographic databases are at disposal. The crystallographic studies are integral parts of several specific projects listed separately. Acquisition of instruments as well as running expenses are supported by grants from the Danish Natural Science Research Council.
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