Crystallography365

Blogging a crystal structure a day in 2014

Index

Index of element structures

Date postedTitleStructureAuthor
06/05Elements Under Pressure: BariumBarium IVAndrew Studer
25/06Bi George, it's bismuth!BismuthSara Callori
04/11Future Boron: Virtual Synthesis is the Next PhaseBoron (B56)Andrew Studer
28/10Boron – an element to watch for the futureBoron (α)Helen Maynard-Casely
25/01Buckminsterfullerene a.k.a. Buckyballs a.k.a. C60BuckminsterfullereneSara Callori
07/11Madam Curie – one of her elements: CuriumCuriumHelen Maynard-Casely
08/04April Birthstone: Unlucky for some … DiamondDiamondHelen Brand
13/05Gallium: out of the boxGalliumAndrew Studer
17/01GOLD! The crystal structure of successGoldHelen Maynard-Casely
19/01Graphite – the makings of the future?GraphiteHelen Maynard-Casely
22/02The chemical bond is stronger than we could have imaginedHydrogenHelen Maynard-Casely
25/04What is our planet made out of? (8) Hcp IronIron (hcp)Helen Maynard-Casely
16/11A super cool material – the crystal structure of KryptonKryptonHelen Maynard-Casely
28/01Kathleen Lonsdale and her mineralLonsdaleiteHelen Maynard-Casely
18/07Molybdenum – the building block of nuclear medicineMolybdenumHelen Maynard-Casely
19/03The crystal structure rainbow – Red OxygenOxygenHelen Maynard-Casely
21/02A strange and dangerous glow – White phosphorusPhosphorusJoseph Bevitt
25/11Alpha plutonium – a rebel elementPlutonium (alpha phase)Helen Maynard-Casely
05/02An Element of surprise – The crystal structure of PoloniumPoloniumHelen Maynard-Casely
27/03A celebration of X-rays – RoentgeniumRoentgeniumHelen Maynard-Casely
20/05Silicon – an element that is everywhere!SiliconJonathan McCree-Grey
21/03The crystal structure rainbow – Yellow sulfurSulfur (S10)Helen Maynard-Casely
01/11Brimstone (sulfur)Sulfur (S8)Helen Maynard-Casely
22/09Tetrahedral amorphous carbon: rough in the diamondTetrahedral amorphous carbonAndrew Studer
04/04Magnetic Thulium: Moments align in sevenThuliumAndrew Studer
23/11A failed campaign – alpha and beta tinTin (alpha and beta)Helen Maynard-Casely
30/04Another strange element – β UraniumUranium (beta)Helen Maynard-Casely