KRYSTALOGRAFIA I CHEMIA STRUKTURALNA PDF

The basic information concerning X-ray structural analysis that will allow students to use and understand scientific literature will also be presented. The course covers the definition of the crystal and the most important properties of the crystalline state, the definition of the unit cell, crystal lattices, lattice directions and planes, crystal systems, Bravais lattice, Miller indices. The other important issues relevant to the study of crystallography are also included. Properties of X-rays. Phase problem. Experimental methods of X-ray crystallography: Laue method, oscillation method, goniometric methods; determination of unit cell parameters; Powder diffraction.

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The basic information concerning X-ray structural analysis that will allow students to use and understand scientific literature will also be presented. The course covers the definition of the crystal and the most important properties of the crystalline state, the definition of the unit cell, crystal lattices, lattice directions and planes, crystal systems, Bravais lattice, Miller indices.

The other important issues relevant to the study of crystallography are also included. Properties of X-rays. Phase problem. Experimental methods of X-ray crystallography: Laue method, oscillation method, goniometric methods; determination of unit cell parameters; Powder diffraction. Crystallization techniques, crystal growth theories, imperfect crystals, energetic aspects of the crystals structures, classification of solids ionic, covalent, metallic, molecular their characteristics.

Elements of crystallophysics. Interpretation of the crystal and molecular structure based on crystallographic databases. Trzaska Durski, H. Bojarski, M. Gigla, K. Surowiec, Krystalografia. Giacovazzo, H. Monaco, D. Biterbo, F. Scordari, G. Gilli, G. Zanotti, M. The aim of the course is to present the basic information about symmetry analyses of the crystal models, analyses of point groups and selected space groups.

The problems concern also spherical and stereographic projection, point symmetry, the rules of coexistence of symmetry elements, complex symmetry elements, crystal systems and Bravais lattices. Students get also practical skills how to interpret of the information taken from International Tables for Crystallography. Reciprocal space. Basic experimental methods of X-ray crystallography.

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University of Warsaw - Central Authentication System. You are not logged in log in. Faculty of Chemistry. Assessment methods and assessment criteria:. Exam requirements: - The definition of the unit cell, crystal lattices, lattice directions and planes, crystal systems, Bravais lattice, Miller indices. Not applicable. Choosen plan division: this week course term see course schedule. Lecture, 15 hours more information.

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The classes deal with symmetry analyses of the crystal models, analyses of point groups and selected space groups. The problems concern also spherical and stereographic projection, point symmetry, the rules of coexistence of symmetry elements, complex symmetry elements, crystal systems and Bravais lattices. Students get also practical skills how to interpret of the information taken from International Tables for Crystallography. Trzaska Durski, H. Bojarski, M. Gigla, K.

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