The X-ray Center at The University of Akron is a state of the art facility capable of collecting high qulity X-ray diffraction data on both small molecule and macromolecular crystalline samples. Instrumentation includes a Bruker SMART Apex equipped with a 2 kW sealed tube Mo radiation source and graphite monochromator (installed 2001) and a Bruker ApexII Duo with comounted Mo and Cu microfocus radiation sources (installed June 2010).
What do we Provide?
Consultation for the best approaches of generating good diffraction crystals for data collection Recrystallization for optimal data analysis
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Fridays
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM,
Meetings and Consultations by Appointments only
Contact Dr. Matthew Panzner for inquiries.
Acknowledgments: Users who publish papers including data collected on the Bruker SMART APEX I system should include the following statement: We would like to acknowledge the National ScienceFoundation (CHE-0116041) and the Ohio Board of Regents for funds used to purchase the Bruker-Nonius Apex CCD X-ray diffractometer used in this research. Users who publish papers including data collected on the Bruker APEX II Duo system should include the following statement: We would like to acknowledge the National ScienceFoundation (CHE-0840446) for funds used to purchase the Bruker APEX II Duo X-ray diffractometer used in this research.
Policy: There will be a policy of co-authorship in all publications that present collected and solved structures. In such cases the name of the responsible crystallographer will be included.
|University of Akron Departments||$50.00|
|Misc. Services (Database Searches, Etc.)||$200.00/hr|
** Academic institutions should contact Dr. Panzner for more information on pricing.