1 How Crystals Are Born

How Crystals Are Born

Posted on July 31, 2012 by kulichik

Today we’ll visit an institute in Novosibirsk to see how they grow crystals the quality of which is considered the best in the world.

Institute of Inorganic Chemistry was founded in Novosibirsk in 1957. It conducts fundamental and applied investigations in the sphere of inorganic chemistry such as electronic composition of inorganic substances, technology of functional materials, processes of separation and cleaning of substances, etc.

Laboratory where they study the chemistry of polynuclear metallic and organic entities.

Employees are busy with synthesis and investigation of new compounds that possess unusual properties and can be useful in practice due to their magnetic and structural properties. These are often metallo-organic compounds. Some approaches to acquisition of unusual complexes were developed in this laboratory for the first time in history.

Glove cabinet here is as important as the stove in a kitchen.

With the help of the cabinet one can examine a new instable metallo-organic compound reducing the standard procedures of preparation for an experiment to minimum.

With the help of the cabinet one can examine a new instable metallo-organic compound cutting the standard procedures of experiment preparation to minimum.

Bruker DUO APEX X-ray diffractometer provides the scientists with information on the structure of crystal objects.

Increased image of a diffraction unit.


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One Response to “How Crystals Are Born”

  1. Number says:

    ow which color do u wanna have the cristal?

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