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We have carried out soft x -ray absorption spectroscopy to study the electronic structure of ilmenite family, such as MnTiO3, FeTiO3, and CoTiO3 at the soft x -ray beamline, BL23SU, at t he SPring-8. The Ti and M L 2,3 absorption spectra of MTiO3 (M = Mn, Fe, and Co) show spectra of Ti4+ and M2+ eletron configurations, respectively. Except the Fe L2,3 spectrum, those spectra were understood within the Oh symmetry around the transition metal ions. The Fe L3-edge spectrum clearly shows a doublet peak at the L3 edge, which is attributed to Fe2+ state, moreover the very high-resolution the L-edge spectra of transition metals show fine structures. The spectra of those ilmenites are compared.


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Acta Cryst. (2011). A67, C337
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Acta Cryst. (2014). A70, C976
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Synthesis, crystal chemistry, and physics of perovskites with small cations at the A site are an emerging field in perovskite science. Properties of ABO3 perovskites with small cations at the A site (A = Sc and In; B = transition metals) will be reported. ScBO3 and InBO3 perovskites extend the corresponding families of perovskites with A = Y, La-Lu, and Bi and exhibit larger structural distortions. As a result of large distortions, they show, in many cases, distinct structural and magnetic properties. It is manifested in B-site-ordered monoclinic structures of ScMnO3 [Inorg. Chem. 52 (2013) 9692] and `InMnO3' [Angew. Chem.: Inter. Ed. 49 (2010) 7723]; an unusual superstructure of ScRhO3 and InRhO3 [Inorg. Chem. 52 (2013) 12005]; two magnetic transitions in ScCrO3 and InCrO3 with very close transition temperatures [Chem. Mater. 24 (2012) 2197]; and antiferromagnetic ground states and multiferroic properties of Sc2NiMnO6 and In2NiMnO6 [Inorg. Chem. 52 (2013) 14108]. Features of such perovskites, such as, transition metal doping into the A site, (Sc1-xBx)BO3, will be discussed. Special attention will be given to new spin-driven multiferroics Sc2NiMnO6 and In2NiMnO6.


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Crystals of two quinocytochrome alcohol dehydrogenases, one monomeric and soluble and the other heterotrimeric and membrane-associated, have been obtained. Image-plate data from both proteins have been recorded and the location of a homologue of the monomeric protein was obtained by molecular replacement.

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Acta Cryst. (2008). A64, C142
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The coiled-coil domain of Atg16 was expressed, purified and crystallized. The resultant crystal diffracted to 2.5 Å resolution.


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Synchrotron radiation angiography with a HARP detector made it possible to evaluate impaired pulmonary microcirculation in pulmonary emphysema by means of high sensitivity.


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Acta Cryst. (2014). A70, C884
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The measurement of the X-ray reflectivity curve is a widely used method to obtain structural information about thin films, surfaces and interfaces. With conventional instruments, the reflectivity curve is measured sequentially for a range of incident angles, which takes a long time. A recently developed method using white synchrotron radiation can measure the whole curve at once [1, 2]. In this contribution, the adaption of this method to a laboratory characteristic X-ray source is presented. This will make it possible to do time-resolved or high-throughput measurements using standard laboratory sources. The basic idea of our method is to focus the divergent X-ray beam emitted from a point source with either a doubly-curved Si crystal monochromator or a bent-twisted Si crystal monochromator [1]. Instead of using the whole beam, however, only the fan-shaped beam from a diagonal line on the monochromator is focused onto the sample. This is realized by placing an inclined slit before the monochoromator. The beam reflected from the sample forms a line on a two-dimensional pixel array detector. For each horizontal position on the detector, the incident angle onto the sample, and therefore the momentum transfer, is different. The reflectivity curve for a range of momentum transfers can therefore be measured with a single detector exposure without moving the sample, monochromator or detector. Reflectivity curves from a silicon wafer sample measured by our method are compared with the conventional angle scan method in the figure. The reflectivity down to 10 to the -7th power can be obtained, because the background can be subtracted from the measured intensity. We will show an example of time-resolved (10 s) measurements of specular X-ray reflectivity curves. We will also discuss the momentum transfer range that can be measured simultaneously and factors limiting the resolution of the method.

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In the crystal structure of the title compound, planar [PdCl2{(C6H4)(NH2)2}] mol­ecules are stacked into columns along the c axis, suggesting Pd...Pd inter­actions.

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In the crystal structure of the title compound, almost planar [PtCl2{(C6H4)(NH2)2}] mol­ecules are stacked into columns along the c axis, suggesting Pt...Pt inter­actions.


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NADPH-dependent 5-keto-D-gluconate reductase from G. suboxydans IFO12528 (5KGR) was expressed, purified and crystallized with 5-keto-D-gluconate and NADPH using the sitting-drop vapour-diffusion method. Crystals of the 5KGR-NADPH complex and of the 5KGR-NADPH-5-keto-D-gluconate complex diffracted X-rays to 1.75 and 2.26 Å resolution, respectively.

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NADPH-dependent L-sorbose reductase from G. frateurii (SR) was expressed, purified and crystallized with L-sorbose or NADPH using the sitting-drop vapour-diffusion method. Crystals of the SR-L-sorbose complex and SR-NADPH complex diffracted X-rays to 2.38 and 1.90 Å resolution, respectively.

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