Micro Electron Diffraction

Small molecule structural elucidation: from powder to atomic resolution

Micro electron diffraction (MicroED) is a cutting-edge technology that uses electrons for 3D structural determination. The technique is analogous to X-ray diffraction and delivers comparable resolution.

MicroED can be carried out using powders containing nano-crystals that are too small for X-ray diffraction. Additionally, the precise structural characterization of polymorphs is particularly useful as support for the CMC section of regulatory packages.

  • Equipment
    In-house Glacios equipped with Ceta D camera.

  • Data Processing by an Experienced Team
    Two decades of experience in processing and interpreting diffraction data to the highest standards ensure the reliable structures are produced.
Heme Resolution 0.73 Å
Space group P1

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