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Crystalline materials (insets) can be analyzed by X-ray diffraction to generate 3-D images that show the arrangement atoms and molecules within the material. The coloured spheres correspond to different atom types and their connectivity to neighbouring atoms via chemical bonds (yellow sticks).

Crystalline materials (insets) can be analyzed by X-ray diffraction to generate 3-D images that show the arrangement atoms and molecules within the material. The coloured spheres correspond to different atom types and their connectivity to neighbouring atoms via chemical bonds (yellow sticks).


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