1. AN OVERVIEW OF MAROMOLECUEAR CYRSTALLOGRAPHY.
2. CRYSTALLIZATRION OF MACROMOLEUCLES.
3. THE NATURE OF CRYSTALS: SYSMMETRY AND THE UNIT CELL.
4. WAVES AND THEIR PROPERTIES.
5. DIFFRACTION FROM POINTS, PLANES, MOLECULES, AND CRYSTALS.
6. INTERPRETATIN OF DIFFRACTION PATTERNS.
7. DATA COLLECTION.
8. SOLVING THE PHASE PROBLEM.
9. INTERPRETING PATTERSON MAPS.
10. ELECTRON DENSITY, REFINEMENT, AND DIFFERENCE FOURIER MAPS.
- Thoroughly updated throughout with two wholly new chapters.
- Explains physical principles underlying crystallography without reliance on complex math
- Offers a firm theoretical basis as well as practical guidance
- Richly illustrated throughout to clarify difficult ideas
- Non-technical, approachable style and concise yet thorough coverage is ideal for biologists and chemists approaching crystallography for the first time