March 23, 2012 marks the 50th Anniversary of Neil Bartlett’s groundbreaking discovery of the first noble gas compound. Prior to Bartlett's discovery, all chemistry textbooks were written with the...
The X-ray Crystallography facility offers a complete service for structure solution, refinement and powder diffraction analysis of small molecules, as well as a variety of software for structural analysis and graphics, including the Cambridge Structural Database and CrystalMaker. Low temperature data collection is possible for both single crystal and powder diffraction experiments.
Two single crystal X-ray diffractometers (one Bruker APEX DUO equipped with Mo and Cu sources, and one Bruker X8 APEX equipped with a Mo source)
Two powder X-ray diffractometers (Bruker D8 Advance and Bruker D8 Discover equipped with a GADDS detector).
7 PC workstations available for structure determination and refinement, and powder diffraction analysis.
For X-ray Crystallographic Services: Please contact Dr. Brian Patrick at the Structural Chemistry Facility at UBC for current charges for X-ray crystal structure determination.
Brian Patrick, Ph.D
Tel: (604) 822-4865
Fax: (604) 822-2847
Dr. Brian Patrick, Manager
Anita Lam, email@example.com