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BME 210 Lecture 16 X-ray crystallography

BME 210 Lecture 16 X-ray crystallography - 16 X-ray...

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16. X-ray crystallography
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X-ray crystallography X-ray crystallography - a method of determining the arrangement of atoms in a crystal using diffraction of X-rays This is the main method for determination of the 3D structure of bio- molecules; it produced ≈49,000 structures The other method, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, produced ≈8,000 structures
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