Rigaku XtaLAB Synergy-S diffraction system

 

 

Description

 

*      Our Rigaku Synergy-S diffractometer with Kappa (4-circle) geometry was purchased with an NSF MRI grant in 2017 (CHE-1725028).

*      It is equipped with dual PhotonJet-S microfocus X-ray sources, delivering Mo Kα and Cu Kα radiation (50 kV, 1 mA). The latter has remote control slits for divergence adjustment (9 mR to 1 mR).

*      A HyPix-6000HE HPC detector provides state-of-the-art photon reading, optimized for sensitivity and speed.

*      Collection temperatures from 90 to 400 K are controlled by a Cryostream 800 low temperature device from Oxford Cryosystems.

 

Experiments

 

*      Data collections, which generally take from 2 to 12 hours, are performed at 100 K, unless a different temperature is requested or warranted.

*      Data collection, reduction, and correction are managed by the CrysAlisPro suite of programs from Rigaku.

*      Structure solution, structure refinement, and report generation are performed with SHELX software written by Prof. Dr. George Sheldrick.

*      Absolute configuration can be determined for most single crystals

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