Browse by Subject "X-ray diffraction"
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(2014-05-30)Superconductivity (SC) in so-called “unconventional superconductors” is nearly always found in the vicinity of another ordered state, such as antiferromagnetism, charge density wave (CDW), or stripe order. This suggests a ...
Mesophase-based approaches for on-chip membrane protein crystallization and structure determination (2012-12-06)Transmembrane proteins traverse the lipid bilayers of cell membranes and play a highly important role in many processes in vivo. Malfunctions of membrane proteins have been shown to cause a variety of disease states, for ...
Solvent compatible microfluidic platforms for solid form screening of pharmaceutical parent compounds (2014-05-30)A significant fraction of candidate pharmaceutical parent compounds (PCs) are rejected on account of poor physicochemical properties that affect their biopharmaceutical attributes such as bioavailability, toxicity, and ...
(2011-05-25)Catalytic and energetic nanomaterials are analyzed chemically and structurally in atomistic detail. Examination of the prototypical industrial catalyst Pt catalysts supported on γ-Al2O3 using X-ray absorption spectroscopy ...
(2000)X-ray diffraction has, within the past two decades, developed into a powerful analytical tool for determining the atomic structure of crystalline surfaces. The dual advantages of high intensity and high resolution have ...
(2013-05-24)If you can look into the seeds of time, And say which grain will grow and which will not. - Macbeth. Act I, Scene 3. Knowledge of the three dimensional structure of a protein provides insight into its mechanism, as ...
(1997)An experimental study of the interfacial structures at the Cu(111) surface under various electrochemical environments is presented. The interfacial structures have been examined with the synchrotron x-ray diffraction. ...