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         Crystallography:     more books (100)
  1. Biomolecular Crystallography: Principles, Practice, and Application to Structural Biology by Bernhard Rupp, 2009-10-20
  2. Crystallography Made Crystal Clear, Third Edition: A Guide for Users of Macromolecular Models (Complementary Science) by Gale Rhodes, 2006-03-02
  3. International Tables for Crystallography, Space-Group Symmetry (IUCr Series. International Tables of Crystallography)
  4. Crystallography by Christian Bok, 2003-04-20
  5. Protein Crystallography: A Concise Guide by Eaton E. Lattman, Patrick J. Loll, 2008-03-26
  6. Principles of Protein X-Ray Crystallography (Springer Advanced Texts in Chemistry) by Jan Drenth, 2006-11-09
  7. Crystallography and Crystal Defects, Revised Edition by A. Kelly, G. W. Groves, et all 2000-03-14
  8. International Tables for Crystallography, Space Group Symmetry: Brief Teaching Edition
  9. Structure Determination by X-Ray Crystallography by Mark F.C. Ladd, Rex A. Palmer, 2003-09-30
  10. Crystallography
  11. Structure of Materials: An Introduction to Crystallography, Diffraction and Symmetry by Marc De Graef, Michael E. McHenry, 2007-09-03
  12. Introduction to Crystallography (Dover Classics of Science and Mathematics) by Donald E. Sands, 1994-01-07
  13. Understanding Single-Crystal X-Ray Crystallography by Dennis W. Bennett, 2010-03-23
  14. The differentiation and specificity of corresponding proteins and other vital substances in relation to biological classification and organic evolution: the crystallography of hemoglobins by Edward Tyson Reichert, Amos P. 1864-1917 Brown, 2010-09-04

1. The Department Of Crystallography, Birkbeck College
Take a look at links to crystallography associations and societies. Gives research details and department information. General and administrative Information about the school and department of crystallography, including our News page.
As part of the University of London, we strive to perform first class research in structural biology and materials science as well as offering innovative teaching (online and face-to-face) to a broad audience.
What's new in March 2003:
The BCSB Annual Centre Day is coming up on Tuesday, April 1st, 14:00 hrs.
Our Research has again been rated "5A" in the recent RAE reflecting a world class standard. We participate in the Bloomsbury Centre for Structural Biology
Our courses include the M.Sc. in Structural Molecular Biology using the Internet, the M.Sc. in Bioinformatics , and the Ph.D. programme.
General and administrative Information about the school and department of crystallography, including our News page.
We provide Peptaibol Database and Dichroweb as a service to the scientific community, and we also host the Web Pages of the British Crystallographic Association and of the British Biophysical Society © School of Crystallography, Birkbeck College, University of London, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HX, United Kingdom; Tel: +44 (0)20 7631 6800, Fax: +44 (0)20 7631 6803, Email:

2. ETH - Laboratory Of Crystallography - Home
Laboratory of crystallography Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich ETH Zentrum, Sonneggstr. 5, CH8092 Zürich, Switzerland Phone +41-1-6323769, FAX +41-1-6321133, Head Prof. Dr. Walter Steurer
Laboratory of Crystallography
Phone: +41-1-6323769, FAX: +41-1-6321133,
Head: Prof. Dr. Walter Steurer
We have moved to the Department of Materials. Our new web address is

3. Crystallography 101
Basic tutorial.Category Science Physics crystallography Education......
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4. IUCr - International Union Of Crystallography
crystallography News Online Crystallographic Organizations Online Crystallographic Resources and Information Online Crystallographic Activities Online Crystallographic Education Online crystallography Journals Online crystallography Online. What's New in crystallography News Online
International Union of Crystallography
Welcome to the International Union of Crystallography
This server supplies information on crystallography from the IUCr, and pointers to other information services of interest to crystallographers.
Mirror sites
Please select the site that will provide you with the best network response: IUCr Webmaster

5. (IUCr) Crystallography Journals Online
International Union of crystallography Web site offers links to scientific journals such as "Structural Science" and Applied crystallography.
Crystallography Journals Online
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6. Bob's Rock Shop: Crystallography And Mineral Crystal Systems
Over 4 281 mineral species descriptions are included in this HTMLlinked table of crystallography for all known valid mineral species. Crystal Groups and Classes - crystallography groups are composed of 32 classes of symmetry derived from observations of
If you're stuck in some other web site's frames click here to escape them. Introduction to Crystallography and Mineral Crystal Systems
Written by Mike Howard - Illustrated by Darcy Howard Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Crystal Forms and Symmetry Classes Part 3: The Cubic (Isometric) System Part 4: The Tetragonal System Part 5: The Orthorhombic System Part 6: The Hexagonal System Part 7: The Monoclinic System Part 8: The Triclinic System Part 9: Summary and Conclusion, Further Reading About the Authors... Mike Howard Darcy Howard Mike has been a mineral collector for over 30 years, the last 22 of which he has been employeed by the Arkansas Geological Commission as a geologist. Intrigued by crystal forms and how they relate to minerals and the stories they tell about mineral formation, he is most interested in crystallized specimens, particularly from Arkansas. He has worked on a variety of mineral-related projects in the state and especially enjoys leading field trips for college mineralogy classes to his favorite collecting spot Magnet Cove. Darcy is a scientific illustrator and commercial artist. Specializing in airbrush technique, she also works in electronic and traditional media. Darcy studied art and medicine, and is associated with geology by marriage. A former employee of both the medical profession and state government, she is now a freelance work-at-home mom who designs and produces the Geology Collector's Series T Shirts under the

7. ALB Crystallography Home Page WARNING: New E-mail Adress:
crystallography resources and links, Powder Diffractometry, Rietveld method, Structure Determination, VRML, RMC, polymer chemistry, ISI's 10858 Most Cited Chemists.

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8. Home
Mission, workshop details, publications, and related links.
The Egyptian Society Of Crystallography and Applications (ESCA)
One Day workshop on the use of crystallography to design Drug from Gens 19 - 1- 2003 Includes case study and discussion
Our Mission
to introducing the subject of Crystallography and its applications to Physicists, Chemists, and Mineralogists
Workshop On
Computer-based Crystallographic Teaching Materials 2-7 February 2002 Olympic Village, Ismailia, Egypt [ Home ] ESCA Arabic Workshops Publications ... Contact us Send mail to webmaster with questions or comments about this web site.
Maher Ahmed

9. Commission On International Tables For Crystallography
Activities, links.

10. A Taylor & Francis Journal: Crystallography Reviews
English language reviews on topics in crystallography and crystal growth, covering all theoretica Category Science Earth Sciences Journals Petrology and Mineralogy...... crystallography Reviews. Editor Moreton Moore, Department of Physics, RoyalHolloway and Bedford New College, University of London, TW20 0EX Surrey UK.
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Crystallography Reviews Editor Moreton Moore , Department of Physics, Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, University of London, TW20 0EX Surrey UK
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Aims and Scope: Crystallography Reviews
publishes English language reviews on topics in crystallography and crystal growth, covering all theoretical and applied aspects of biological, chemical, industrial, mineralogical and physical crystallography. The intended readership is the crystallographic community at large, as well as scientists working in related fields of interest. It is hoped that the articles will be accessible to all these, and not just to specialists in each topic.

11. Texas Center For Crystallography At Rice University
Serves as a multiinstitution resource in Texas for small molecule crystallographic research and education.
Texas Center for Crystallography at Rice University
Barron Research Laboratory - Department of Chemistry Rice University - 6100 Main Street - Houston, TX 77005 - USA (Note: If you are using Microsoft Explorer to view this site, you may want to set yourTextZoom view at 75%) Submission Form for Crystal Samples CCD Personnel Contact Us Areas of Interest T he Center was developed to serve as a multi-institution resource for small molecule crystallographic research and education. Acquisition of a Bruker SMART 1000 CCD was made possible through the generosity of the Welch Foundation and Rice University. User Groups
  • A primary group of users are research oriented faculty, post doctoral fellows, and graduate students.
    • The Rice instrument can enhance the use of crystallography in many research programs by enabling data collection on samples that are too small, weak, or unstable. This category includes chemists at Texas Tech, TCU, SMU, UTEP, and UTA. For scientists who have had regular access to X-ray capabilities, the Rice facility can be the primary source of data. Users in this group include UNT and UTD.

12. Crystallography
crystallography groups in mineralogy are composed of 32 classes of symmetry. To illustrate these symmetry Category Science Physics crystallography Education......Over 4100 mineral species descriptions are included in this tableof crystallography for all known valid mineral species.
Crystallography and Minerals Arranged by Crystal Form The Crystallography section in the Mineralogy Database is moving to a new, permanent domain. Please make sure to bookmark the new location at Crystal Groups and Classes - Crystallography groups are composed of 32 classes of symmetry derived from observations of the external crystal form. From these 32 classes, 230 space groups (see Crystallography 101 ) are distinguishable using x-ray analysis. For additional information on crystal systems, please review an excellent on-line treatment of this subject, the Introduction to Crystallography and Mineral Crystal Systems by Mike and Darcy Howard. Example Crystal Morphology - To further illustrate these symmetry elements, the example crystalline forms for each symmetry class were constructed using Faces (version 3.5) by Georges Favreau for older browsers and a JAVA language program called JCrystal by Steffen Weber for the java-capable browsers. The example crystals in each group and class were constructed using the following parameters: Crystallographic axes: a=1, b=1, c=1.

13. (IUCr) Crystallography Online
WEB directory by IUCr.
Crystallography Online

14. Crystallography 101
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15. (IUCr) Crystallography Online
crystallography Online crystallography Online. What's crystallographers.It is maintained by the International Union of crystallography.
Crystallography Online

Faculty listing, a webcam of their lab, and links to other resources.Category Science Physics crystallography Laboratories......CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT XRAY crystallography LAB. UNIVERSITY of PITTSBURGH. Somecrystallography Servers. The World-Wide Web Virtual Library crystallography
Dr. Steven J. Geib , Research Associate Professor of Chemistry , Director of X-Ray Crystallographic Facility Ms. Rosa Melendez , X-Ray Graduate Assistant Mr. Kevin D. John and Dr. Joseph Manna, X-Ray Graduate Assistants Emeritus Welcome (audio) You are visitor number (according to Web Counter ). Thanks for stopping by.
The Chemistry Department X-ray Crystallography Lab is located on the ninth floor of the Chevron Science Center. We have a Siemens P3 diffractometer (sealed-tube Mo radiation) which is controlled via Siemens P3/PC software. We are also part-owners of a Rigaku AFC5R (MSC Corp.) diffractometer (Cu rotating anode) which is located in the Biology Department here at Pitt. We are equipped for low-temperature data collection. We use primarily the Siemens SHELXTL package (which we used to produce the pictures on this page and in our gallery ) and the public domain SHELXL-93 for the solution, refinement and visualization of X-ray structures. Other programs we have found useful include Platon from Dr. A.L. Spek

17. (IUCr) Biological Crystallography Online
Group performs crystal structure determinations and provides crystallographic instruction and training to graduate students at MSU. With info on structure determination. The crystallography Service is the Michigan State University Department of Chemistry's primary resource, not simply for
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18. Birkbeck Crystallography's Springboard To The World
Jumping from the Dept of crystallography at Birkbeck College. crystallography; StructuralDatabases; Sequence Databases; Computational Chemistry; OnLine Journals;
Springboard to the World
Jumping from the Dept of Crystallography at Birkbeck College
Obituary for Dorothy Hodgkin
Daresbury Laboratory Station Schedules ), and train timetables
CCP4 Documentation
Biological Macromolecule Crystallization Database
UCL Protein Crystallography Group ...
International Centre for Diffraction Data(ICDD)
Structural Databases
Brookhaven Protein DataBank (PDB)
PDB at-a-glance, NIH
Revised PDB Format Description
Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre ...
on-line IMGT, the ImMunoGeneTics database
Computational Chemistry
Quantum Chemistry Program Exchange (QCPE)
Search QCPE
Computer Center Institute for Molecular Science (Japan)
Steven Constantine's "Chemistry Software On The Net" page ...
The Kollman group , including AMBER Home Page
Oxford Molecular Group
Protein Structure Prediction ...
Manuel Peitsch's SWISS-MODEL Server
On-Line Journals
Journal of Molecular Modeling - The first fully electronic journal in chemistry
Protein Science ...
J.Computer-Aided Molecular Design
Molecular Biology Pages and Database Access
Peptide and Protein Group, Biochemical Society

19. IUCr - International Union Of Crystallography
International Union of crystallography. Welcome to the InternationalUnion of crystallography. The IUCr is a member of the International

International Union of Crystallography
Welcome to the International Union of Crystallography
The IUCr is a member of the International Council for Science (ICSU) and exists to serve the world community of crystallographers. This home page supplies information on the Union, its Commissions and Regional Associates, and its journals and other publications. It is a major component of a web of crystallography services being developed under the auspices of the IUCr.
The Union and its Components
International Union of Crystallography
Activities of the Commissions

Regional Associates of the Union
Journals and Other Publications
International Tables for Crystallography
IUCr Newsletter

Teaching Pamphlets

Other Publications
World Database of Crystallographers
Crystallography News
SINCRIS Information Exchange
... IUCr Webmaster

20. Crystallography And Biocomputing
Staff, seminars, servers, databases combining macromolecular crystallography and biocomputing, at Category Science Biology Proteins and Enzymes Structure......Laboratory of Macromolecular crystallography and Biocomputing, Department ofBiochemistry, University of Cambridge. crystallography and Bioinformatics.
Crystallography and Bioinformatics
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