光照射による励起構造, 準安定構造 [in Japanese] X-ray Diffraction Studies of Light-Induced Metastable-and Excited-State Molecular Crystal [in Japanese]
Access this Article
Search this Article
Crystallographic studies of metastable and excited state molecular crystals provide direct geometrical information for those of light-induced structure changes or transition states in solid-state chemical reactions. Such geometry changes will give only very small difference in X-ray diffraction intensities. Special instrumentation and data acquisition technique must be required in order to detect small changes of intensity. This review describes a few examples of experimental and analysis technique applying to photo-excited crystallography.
X-RAYS 41(1), 75-81, 1999-02-28
The Crystallographic Society of Japan