Photocrystallography – design and methodology for the use of a light-emitting diode device
Brayshaw, S. K., Knight, J. W., Raithby, P. R., Savarese, T. L., Schiffers, S., Teat, S. J., Warren, J. E. and Warren, M. R., 2010. Photocrystallography – design and methodology for the use of a light-emitting diode device. Journal of Applied Crystallography, 43 (2), pp. 337-340.
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With the increase in interest in photocrystallographic experiments, the use of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) provides an alternative, low-budget light source (by comparison to lasers) and allows photocrystallographic experiments to be carried out readily. Here the design of an LED array device suitable for use in single-crystal X-ray diffraction experiments is reported, and the experimental methodology used for determining the structures of metastable species is described.
|Creators||Brayshaw, S. K., Knight, J. W., Raithby, P. R., Savarese, T. L., Schiffers, S., Teat, S. J., Warren, J. E. and Warren, M. R.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Chemistry|
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