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X-Ray Diffraction of Iridium

X-Ray Diffraction of Iridium

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Colour enhanced x-ray diffraction of iridium. Atomic structure of an iridium crystal hemisphere as seen in the field ion microscope. Each single dot represents an iridium atom. X-ray diffraction is a technique in crystallography used to find the shape or structure of a molecule. Credit: Erwin Mueller. Pennsylvania State University.

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