X-ray diffraction is a method to obtain the crystal structure of a compound. This tag is also appropriate for x-ray powder diffraction.

X-ray diffraction is a method to obtain the of a compound. It is generally applied to a single crystal to obtain the positions of the nuclei. It is a reliable tool to generate 3D structures of compounds, hence it is possible to measure interatomic distances.

Due to the close relationship, this tag is also appropriate for x-ray powder diffraction.

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