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Crystallographic Resources at Otterbein University

X-ray crystallography is a powerful method for determining the three-dimensional arrangement of atoms in all types of crystalline solids. These materials are designed to help students understand various aspects of crystallography and crystallographic symmetry.

News and Updates

June 2021 - Complete reworking to update the structure and content within these pages.

New and Updated Visualization Tools

Other Additions: Additional pages have been added detailing the X-ray facilities available at Otterbein and selected crystal structures determined together with undergraduate (and high school) students. Other resources include 3D-printable files of unit cell representations and other useful links and materials.