Crystallography deals with the structure and properties of crystals. It is used to determine the arrangements of atoms in the crystalline solids. Now crystallography depends on analysis of the diffraction patterns of the sample targeted by the beam of some type, mostly x-ray. The most commonly used radiations are x-ray, neutrons, and electrons. To acquire the spatial arrangement of an atom, the radiation should be of shorter wavelength.
- Track 1-1 Xray Crystallography
- Track 2-2 Neutron Crystallography
- Track 3-3 Electron Crystallography
- Track 4-4 Protein Crystallography