x-ray crystallography

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x-ray crystallography

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The study of crystal structure by means of x-ray diffraction.

X-ray crystallography

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(General Physics) the study and practice of determining the structure of a crystal by passing a beam of X-rays through it and observing and analysing the diffraction pattern produced
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