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In a new review, coinciding with the millionth structure being added to the CSD, researchers from the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre (CCDC) ha...
Reviewing the impact of one million crystal structures - In a new review, coinciding with the millionth structure being added to the CSD, our researchers have shown the impact this database has had on many scientific fields.
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We're getting ready for the ACA Annual meeting! Make sure to stop by stand 213 and pick up your free ticket and drinks voucher to our #CSD1million evening reception @ACAxtal #ChemTwitter #data #digitalchemistry #chemistry #crystallography https://t.co/7FVOlV8euT
Xenon was discovered #OTD in 1898. See our #IYPTCrystals page on Xenon for more info: https://t.co/FWCt75GQjJ
For our #FeaturedStructureFriday we’ve chosen an unusual example of Xenon chemistry (CSD refcode NOVMUI, https://t.co/hPGqXW8s2v), published in @angew_chem #ChemTwitter https://t.co/oBCjlywHyp