University of Oxford
Didcot Girls School Science Club
| Andrew Cowley demonstrates the Nonius Kccd diffractometer
to the Science Club. There is a second diffractometer behind the group
|The molecular strcuture of citric acid|
|A single crystal of citric acid supported
on a nylon loop. The ball point pen shows the scale
|An X-ray diffraction image of citric acid
The bright spots are Bragg reflections.
|A single molecule of citric acid|
|A 'space filling' image of citric acid. The blue atom is the oxygen atom of the water molecule which makes up part of the structure|
|A packing diagram of citric acid. The dotted lines are the hydrogen bond net work. These weak bonds help hold the crystal together|
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