FacCrystalllography

Service Crystallography

DTU Chemistry perform X-ray crystallography, which is a method that deals with the atomic construction of substances in solid phase such as crystals or fibers. When a crystal or fiber is irradiated with X-ray, a diffraction pattern is emitted. An analysis of this pattern provides information on the three-dimensional arrangement of atoms in the material.

To do this, DTU Chemistry uses The SuperNova Dual Source CCD-diffractometer which consists of a four-circle kappa-goniometer combined with an Atlas CCD-detector and dual micro-sources (Cu and Mo Kα1 and Kα2 radiation) with multi-layer optics. The diffractometer is set up with a cryo cooling system covering 100 to 475 K. The single-crystal samples (<0.2 mm) are mounted either on a glass tip or in a loop which are placed on a goniometer head.

It is used for solving X-ray single crystal structures of both small molecule and protein crystals.

We offer to solve structures for both academia and industry.

For more information, please contact Associate Professor Pernille Harris phatkemi.dtu.dk or Chemist Maria Blanner mablatkemi.dtu.dk

Contact

Pernille Harris
Professor
DTU Chemistry
+45 45 25 20 24

Contact

Maria Blanner Bang
AC-TAP / Chemist
DTU Chemistry
+45 45 25 20 28