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NMR Crystallography

me0640David Bryce and Francis Taulelle introduce a special issue of Acta Crystallographica Section C: Structural chemistry on NMR Crystallography where the contributions serve as an excellent introduction to the power and scope of NMR crystallographic methods and applications.

The term crystallography, in its broadest sense, refers to obtaining structural information on crystals and related solids. Diffraction-based methods continue to play an enormous role in this area of research. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy has, however, from its earliest days, also provided structural information on both crystalline and amorphous samples. 

Continue reading the editorial by the guest editors of the special issue on the new IUCr blog.