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Acta Cryst. (2006). A62, s113
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Acta Cryst. (2011). A67, C139
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The crystal structure of perdeuterated diisopropyl fluorophosphatase is reported and compared with the hydrogenated structure. Diffraction guidelines for neutron crystallography experiments are summarized.

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Synchrotron X-ray diffraction experiments on thin single-crystal plates of CsTiOAsO4 polarized by a square-wave variable voltage of 20-1500 V alternately applied to each side of the crystal reveal information about the piezoelectric properties, coercive field strength and domain reversal.

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Multivariate analysis has been adapted to treat data from modulated enhanced diffraction, with the aim of increasing the potential of this technique.

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A new interface for Jmol has been developed, called J-ICE, for handling and visualizing crystallographic and electronic properties entirely via a web server, i.e. without the burden of installing complex packages. J-ICE can also be employed as an import/export tool, to transform universal CIF or Protein Data Bank structure files (from experiment or previous calculations) into an input format compatible with programs such as CRYSTAL09, CASTEP, QUANTUM ESPRESSO and VASP.

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Acta Cryst. (2014). A70, C1206
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Neutron diffraction data to 1.1 Å was collected on a crystal of the small protein crambin at the Protein Crystallography Station (PCS) at Los Alamos, the highest resolution neutron structure of a protein to date, and a technical benchmark for the instrument. 95 % of the hydrogen atoms in the protein structure were resolved. The data allowed for the refinement of anisotropic temperature factors for selected deuterium atoms within the protein. Hydrogen bonding networks ambiguous in room temperature, ultra-high resolution (0.84 Å) electron density maps are clarified in the nuclear density maps. The ultra-high resolution data also reveals unusual H/D exchange patterns and novel chemistry in the side chains and protein backbone. Complementary X-ray diffraction data was collected at 19-ID at the Advanced Photon Source, with extensive re-configuration of the beamline to allow for operation at higher energy settings.

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The 0.85 Å room-temperature ultrahigh-resolution structure of H/D-exchanged crambin is reported. Preliminary 1.1 Å resolution neutron diffraction data have been collected at the neutron Protein Crystallography Station at LANSCE.

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Acta Cryst. (2005). A61, c114
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Comparison of diffraction data collected from matched protein crystals bathed in helium at a set temperature of 8 K and nitrogen at 100 K indicate that the use of cryogenic helium can increase the diffractive lifetime of crystals and measurably mitigate radiation damage.

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Acta Cryst. (2005). A61, c229
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A synchrotron X-ray powder diffraction investigation of the [beta]-to-[gamma] and the [gamma]-to-[alpha] phase transitions in KNO3 is presented.

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The crystal structure of the high-alumina cement calcium aluminate hydrate is determined by means of neutron and X-ray powder diffraction on deuterated samples.

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A versatile and compact flow-cell/furnace that enables control of the sample atmosphere and temperature for in-situ X-ray scattering experiments is described.

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High-quality medium-resolution (Qmax [less-than or equal to] 28.5 Å-1) atomic pair distribution functions (PDF) have been obtained from crystalline materials using an image-plate detector. Good counting statistics and fast data collection make this technique very promising for studying the structures of nanocrystalline and disordered materials.

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