The laboratory at Purdue is equipped with advanced instrumentation for small molecule crystallography. The main diffractometer is equipped with a micro-focus x-ray source to allow very small crystals (less than 0.1 mm) to be studied. Low temperature data collection is available to a temperature of 95K. The crystallographer has been at Purdue for over 26 years and is widely respected. The lab regularly works with highly reactive and “poor” quality crystals and is able to get good structures from such samples. Lastly, the facility is set up to produce results relatively quickly.
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