Hydrogen Bonds in Crystals

  • G. S. D. King


Hydrogen bonds are one of the weaker types of force holding atoms together in the crystalline state. The possibilities and limitations of X-ray and neutron diffraction methods for their characterisation are introduced.


Hydrogen Bond Neutron Diffraction Crystal Structure Determination Imino Group Inorganic Crystal 
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