By R. Michael Garavito, John A. Jenkins (auth.), Dino Moras, Jan Drenth, Bror Strandberg, Dietrich Suck, Keith Wilson (eds.)
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In addition, however, new fields are opening up where data sets can be collected so rapidly that it is feasible to probe a kinetic state. Both monochromatic and white beam techniques are being developed in this area. The tunability of white x-ray sources is used to aid crystal structure analyses where isomorphous derivatives cannot be made easily. Variable wavelength anomalous dispersion is a growing area. Fine collimation is essential to yield the necessary geometric conditions for large unit cell studies.
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Crystallography in Molecular Biology by R. Michael Garavito, John A. Jenkins (auth.), Dino Moras, Jan Drenth, Bror Strandberg, Dietrich Suck, Keith Wilson (eds.)