X ray crystallography basics explained - This lecture explains about the X ray crystallography technique to understand the protein structure. X-ray Crystallography is a scientific method used to determine the arrangement of atoms of a crystalline solid in three dimensional space. This technique takes advantage of the interatomic spacing of most crystalline solids by employing them as a diffraction gradient for x-ray light. This video lecture describes the principles of x ray crystallography and the mechanisms of x ray diffraction studies that gives arise to the crystallographic structure of unknown protein samples. For more information, log on to- http://www.shomusbiology.com/ Get Shomu's Biology DVD set here- http://www.shomusbiology.com/dvd-store/ Download the study materials here- http://shomusbiology.com/bio-materials.html Buy Shomu’s Biology lecture DVD set- www.shomusbiology.com/dvd-store Shomu’s Biology assignment services – www.shomusbiology.com/assignment -help Join Online coaching for CSIR NET exam – www.shomusbiology.com/net-coaching Thank you for watching X ray crystallography basics lecture
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Powder X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) allows the determination of crystallographic density and hence crystal structure of unknown crystalline solids. X-rays are diffracted by atoms in a plane and a spherical wave is radiated. If there are two or more such scattering centres, the spherical waves at specific angles reinforce one another (constructive interference) and at other angles cancel one another (destructive interference). A crystal with planes oriented at an angle θ to an incident x-ray beam of wavelength λ will diffract the rays according to Bragg's equation: 2dsinθ = nλ. In video (1 out of 2), the concept of XRD will be illustrated for compound Tungsten which has a BCC structure using planes 110 and 200. In video (2 out of 2), with the Bragg’s angle θ obtained from the Powder XRD Spectrum, the unit cell length and volume and hence the experimental crystallographic density (g/cm3) is calculated. Interplanar distance is also determined. Other molecular animation videos available at http://www.chemistry.nus.edu.sg/educa... - Video Gallery or via the "Animol" app on iOS and Android.
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Visit http://ilectureonline.com for more math and science lectures! In this video I will calculate d=? for constructive interference of NaCl where angle=23 degrees.
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0:00 how did scientists originally determine crystal structure? 2:11 discovery of X-rays by Wilhelm Rontgen 3:51 double slit experiment for constructive and destructive interference 9:02 William Bragg discovers X-ray diffraction 10:24 illustration of planes of atoms and their interplanar spacing. 14:58 constructive vs destructive interference 16:23 Constructive interference as a tool for measuring interplanar spacing 20:13 Bragg's Law 21:23 calculating interplanar spacing, d 24:22 example of calculating interplanar spacing 30:51 why certain (hkl) peaks cause XRD reflections but others do not even though they satisfy Bragg's law 33:56 example of calculating allowed/disallowed (hkl) reflections and determining their 2 theta position 49:01 Measuring X-ray diffraction and using XRD patterns to identify crystal structure using matching software
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Useful for CBSE, ICSE, NCERT & International Students Grade 12 Subject: Chemistry Lesson : Solid State Topic: X-ray Diffraction X-ray diffraction (XRD) is a powerful nondestructive technique for characterizing crystalline materials. It provides information on structures, phases, preferred crystal orientations (texture), and other structural parameters, such as average grain size, crystallinity, strain, and crystal defects. X-ray diffraction peaks are X-ray Diffraction (XRD) and X-ray Reflectivity (XRR) techniques from Evans Analytical Group (EAG).produced by constructive interference of a monochromatic beam of x-rays scattered at specific angles from each set of lattice planes in a sample. The peak intensities are determined by the distribution of atoms within the lattice. Consequently, the x-ray diffraction pattern is the fingerprint of periodic atomic arrangements in a given material. A search of the ICDD standard database of x-ray diffraction patterns enables quick phase identification for a large variety of crystalline samples. Visit www.oztern.com to find personalized test preparation solutions for Pre Medical - AIPMT, AIIMS, JIPMER, State, Pre Engineering - IIT JEE, JEE MAIN, BITSAT, State and Foundations - Class 6 to 10.
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ECHIDNA is optimised for structure determination of new materials. The instrument uses a single wavelength and a highly collimated neutron-beam to improve resolution. This diffraction technique can accurately resolve both complex atomic and magnetic structures. Relevant fields of study using ECHIDNA are solid-state physics, materials science, chemistry, geosciences, and engineering. Learn more at: http://www.ansto.gov.au/
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This video shows: how to generate #XRDpattern from #CIF . #Crystallographic Information File (CIF) to #XRD pattern Crystallographic Information File (CIF) to #CrystallographicStructure Very easily and quickly without any installation. ___ I have uploaded another video ( https://youtu.be/JGhvFK2ui-s ) in which I have used reciprOgraph.jar application. Some of you have asked about it. In this video, I have shown how does it work... THANKS FOR ASKING KEEP COMMENTING & DISCUSSING Related article: https://inscilab.com/tips-tricks-tutorials/how-to-generate-xrd-pattern-crystal-structure-from-cif-in-10-sec-no-installation/ Easy Way How To has been renamed as InSciLab Follow our social media pages: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/inscilab Twitter: https://twitter.com/InSciLab Website: https://inscilab.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/InSciLab
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In this tutorial, phase determination using X'Pert HighScore Plus software has been demonstrated. _________________________________________________________________ Instructor: Manoj Kumar _________________________________________________________________ Like| Comment| Share
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X-ray diffraction (XRD) is a tool for characterizing arrangement of atoms in crystals and distances between crystal faces. This can be used to identify atoms and the crystalline form. For more information see the photonic wiki: http://photonicswiki.org/index.php?title=X-ray_Diffraction
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A detailed explanation of how to calculate the Full Width At Half Maximum(FWHM) for the peaks in the XRD pattern. The video demonstrates the use of Origin to perform a Gaussian fit of the XRD data to get the FWHM. Resources: http://www.bragitoff.com/2017/08/x-ray-diffraction-xrd/ http://www.bragitoff.com/2017/08/faq-x-ray-diffraction-viva-questions/
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Optoelectronic Materials and Devices by Prof. Monica Katiyar & Prof. Deepak Gupta,Department of Metallurgy and Material Science,IIT Kanpur.For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.ac.in
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****Please, note that the angle theta at 2:45 should be 2 theta**** Introduction to X-ray Diffraction Please visit our website for more information at http://www.eng.utoledo.edu/cmsc/ Prepared by Emily Krull https://www.linkedin.com/in/emily-krull-aa029589 Guided by: https://www.linkedin.com/in/simanieh
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This resource is a video guide, which shows how to obtain a diffraction pattern of a powder with the help of X-Ray diffractometer. The video covers a sample praparation, sample placement, and the measurement of 2theta angles of diffracted by the sample X-rays. X-ray diffraction is a non-destructive analytical characterisation technique employed to identify crystalline phases which may be present in the sample. It also determines structural properties, such as defects, epitaxy, grain size, phase composition and preferred orientation. Courtesy of Dr Adrian Boyd, Alan Barclay and Balal Tariq from NIBEC, University of Ulster
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A movie showing a complete X-ray diffraction dataset collected from one crystal at the synchrotron. Movie by Dr. Todd Geders.
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Turns out you can get a go-pro camera to work inside an X-ray cabinet instrument and get a view on one else has seen before! I explain about X-ray powder diffraction, and show the inside of a Bruker D2 Phaser while it's running.
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Bruker's diffraction solutions are ready to help you extracting structural information from your samples applying X-Ray Powder Diffraction (XRPD) including Rietveld (TOPAS) analysis, diffuse or "total" scattering (PDF analysis), Small Angle X-Ray Scattering (SAXS) and analysis of amorphous, polycrystalline or epitaxial films using X-Ray Reflectometry (XRR), High-Resolution X-Ray Diffraction (HRXRD), Reciprocal Space Mapping (RSM).
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What is DIFFRACTOMETER? What does DIFFRACTOMETER mean? DIFFRACTOMETER meaning - DIFFRACTOMETER definition - DIFFRACTOMETER explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ A diffractometer is a measuring instrument for analyzing the structure of a material from the scattering pattern produced when a beam of radiation or particles (such as X-rays or neutrons) interacts with it. Because it is relatively easy to use electrons or neutrons having wavelengths smaller than a nanometer, electrons and neutrons may be used to study crystal structure in a manner very similar to X-ray diffraction. Electrons do not penetrate as deeply into matter as X-rays, hence electron diffraction reveals structure near the surface; neutrons do penetrate easily and have an advantage that they possess an intrinsic magnetic moment that causes them to interact differently with atoms having different alignments of their magnetic moments. A typical diffractometer consists of a source of radiation, a monochromator to choose the wavelength, slits to adjust the shape of the beam, a sample and a detector. In a more complicated apparatus, a goniometer can also be used for fine adjustment of the sample and the detector positions. When an area detector is used to monitor the diffracted radiation, a beamstop is usually needed to stop the intense primary beam that has not been diffracted by the sample, otherwise the detector might be damaged. Usually the beamstop can be completely impenetrable to the X-rays or it may be semitransparent. The use of a semitransparent beamstop allows the possibility to determine how much the sample absorbs the radiation using the intensity observed through the beamstop. There are several types of X-ray diffractometer, depending of the research field (material sciences, powder diffraction, life sciences, structural biology, etc.) and the experimental environment, if it is a laboratory with its home X-ray source or a Synchrotron. In laboratory, diffractometers are usually a "all in one" equipment, including the diffractometer, the video microscope and the X-ray source. Plenty of companies manufacture "all in one" equipment for X-ray home laboratory, such as Bruker, Rigaku, PANalytical, Thermo Fisher Scientific and many others. There are fewer diffractometer manufacturers for synchrotron, owing to few numbers of x-ray beamlines to equip and the need of solid expertise of the manufacturer. For material sciences, Huber diffractometers are widely known and, for structural biology, Arinax diffractometers are the reference. Nonetheless, due to few numbers of manufacturers, a large amount of synchrotron diffractometers are "Homemade" diffractometers, realized by synchrotron engineers team.
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Neutron Diffraction of PrO2. Example of structure determination. Cubic systems.
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The innovative design of the D8 ADVANCE with DAVINCI plausibly combines operating safety, ease of use, and user safety. Well-matched hardware, electronics, and software ensure an easy adaptation to any application in the field of X-ray powder diffraction.
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Automatic small molecule structure determination The new Rigaku XtaLAB mini benchtop X-ray crystallography system for automated three dimensional (3D) chemical structure determination is the latest in affordable single crystal X-ray diffraction. Designed to automatically produce publication quality structures for researchers who have no special training in chemical crystallography, the system runs on standard wall power in all markets (110 VAC for North American models).
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This video described a method for determining degree of crystallinity of semicrystalline polymers from XRD patterns using Mathematica. The video describes how to manually fit XRD patterns with Gaussian peaks and how to use a best fit function to fit data. This video was my final project for MIT course 3.016 (Computational Methods for Materials Scientists and Engineers), and the supplementary Mathematica notebook is available both on MITx and by request.
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STOE develops, manufactures and sells scientific instruments for the non-destructive analysis of substances. Based on the X-ray diffraction (XRD) method, these systems characterize single crystals and powder samples and give answers to which substances a particular powder or crystal contains or at which positions atoms in solid bodies are exactly located. The majority of customers are institutes at universities and industrial laboratories worldwide doing research in chemistry, pharmacy, mineralogy or material science. STOE, originally founded in 1887, to manufacture equipment for the optical analysis of crystals, has been a pioneer in powder and single crystal X-ray diffraction since the 1960’s, e.g. STOE invented and patented the transmission geometry technique for Powder XRD as well as, for single crystals, produced the first pixel detector XRD system with an open Eulerian cradle. STOE is based in Darmstadt, Germany, and keeps the R&D, software programming, electrical and mechanical engineering and production all in house, allowing STOE to provide customers with standard as well as individual solutions. Whenever it comes to quality, STOE accepts no compromises. This high-level of detail is what sets STOE apart. STOE is the partner in X-Ray Diffraction to crystallographers, chemists, material scientists and pharmacists all over the world.
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Brandon Mercado introduces the new Center for X-ray Diffraction at Yale University. 0. Introduction - 0:00 1. Instruments Overview - 0:10 2. Bruker D8 Powder Diffraction - 0:25 3. Rigaku SCXmini - 0:57 4. Rigaku R-AXIS SPIDER - 1:13 5. 007HF CCD - 1:44 6. 007HF MAR - 2:30
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Freshman Organic Chemistry (CHEM 125) Professor McBride introduces the theory behind light diffraction by charged particles and its application to the study of the electron distribution in molecules by x-ray diffraction. The roles of molecular pattern and crystal lattice repetition are illustrated by shining laser light through diffraction masks to generate patterns reminiscent of those encountered in X-ray studies of ordered solids. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Introduction: Focusing Lux 07:11 - Chapter 2. Defining and Scattering Light to See: X-Ray Crystallography and Diffraction 25:06 - Chapter 3. Wave Machines 39:42 - Chapter 4. Structural Information in Wave Machines: The Case of Benzene Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Fall 2008.
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Rigaku XtaLabMini Small Molecule X-Ray Diffraction System The XtaLAB mini from Rigaku is a high performance small molecule x-ray diffraction benchtop system. With ready access to crystal structure analysis, the XtaLAB mini can handle difficult crystal samples that without compromising the sample during the analysis. Additionally, the XtaLAB mini is green-friendly as it operates at a lower power. Accompanied by a flexible software package, the XtaLAB mini can easily be read by other open source software as well. The XtaLAB mini features a sensitive CCD detector, precision goniometer, high-flux x-ray source, and the ability to ensure samples are centered in x-ray beam to assure the generation of research quality data. The "no compromise" x-ray diffraction system allows more experiments to be performed, produce better results, and predict research success. Interested? Click here to request a quote: http://www.labcompare.com/7-Get-Quote/?cids=56452<id=6&vendor=2379&catid=1246
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X-ray diffraction on a single crystal: first Bragg peak
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