- Course Information
- Course Material
- On-line Courses
- old material
Practicals Courses are now taught On-Line
PostersWAXS (powder diffraction) Wall Poster (PPT)
International Union for Crystallography Teaching Pamplets
Interactive Tutorial about Diffraction from Wierzburg
Escher Diagrams for Crystallography
Point Group Demo
An Interactive Course on Symmetry and Analysis of Crystal Structure
Crystallography in a nutshell (UCLA)
On-line Patterson Peaks
IUCR educational resources
Bragg's Law applet (WU)
Brian Toby's page (ANL)
A Practical course in X-ray diffraction is taught once a year at the Chemistry Department of Texas A & M University.
X-ray Practicals Room 2121 August 24-28 2009 Instructor: Joseph Reibenspies Ph.D.
This course is intended to teach students how to use the X-ray diffraction instrumentation available in the department. See Course Materials TAB for details, class notes and data.
The XSEED tutorial is part of a LAPTOP university course. Students are encouraged to download the programs to their laptops and bring the laptops to class.The XSEED program can be downloaded from http://x-seed.net/ and will run without registration for the first 30 sessions. Be sure to download POVRAY (http://www.povray.org/download/).
Files used in the tutorial are on the Course Materials TAB : Examples
WINGX download (not required, but useful) http://www.chem.gla.ac.uk/~louis/software/wingx/
All programs should be fully functional at the time of the class. The instructor cannot spend class time setting up computers
Data Collection on the
Using COSMO for Data Collection Strategies
Data Reduction for Beginners
Data Reduction for Advanced Users
SADABS general Information
Using SADABS for Beginners
Using SADABS for Face Index Absorption Correction
SHELXTL for Beginners
X-Seed for Beginners