Crystallography365

Blogging a crystal structure a day in 2014

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Boron (α) Boron – an element to watch for the future
Diopside A surprisingly important structure - Diopside
Naphthalene Ring ring! Naphthalene calling
Mullite Something to mull on – Mullite
Vitamin B12 Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin and the structure of Vitamin B12
DNA DNA: Life's blueprint
From Crystallography to Light!
Copper sulfate pentahydrate Do try this in your own home! Copper sulfate pentahydrate
Hexamethylenetetramine A bit of a mouthful – hexamethylenetetramine
Ice Ih Snow joke – January’s Ice structure, Ice Ih
Uranium (beta) Another strange element – β Uranium
Caesium chloride Classical crystal structures – Caesium chloride
Lepidolite Where does all the lithium come from? – Lepidolite
Calcium titanate The first perovskite – Calcium Titanate
Sphalerite Classical crystal structures – sphalerite
Wurtzite Classical crystal structures – Wurtzite
Water J. D. Bernal and the structure of water
Curium Madam Curie – one of her elements: Curium
Batrachotoxin A I'm pretty, but don't touch me as I'm deadly
Prostaglandin H synthase A tree bark suspension and a Nobel Prize later … We wonder less about the structural basis of the action of aspirin
Ice II Ice, but in a better state of order - Ice II
Jack bean urease Crystallising enzymes from beans – celebrating Sumner
Tartaric acid Pasteurized Crystals – Tartaric acid
Sodium hydride Sodium hydride, simple yet historic
Magnetite Biominerals #1 – Magnetite
Benzene A ring of progress – Benzene
Tin (alpha and beta) A failed campaign – alpha and beta tin
Haemoglobin Haemoglobin: Bloody protein!