R-Axis RAPID II

Прибор с цилиндрическим детектором с широкой апертурой- полный массив данных при намного меньшем количестве снимков.


Система R-Axis RAPID II компании Rigaku Oxford Diffration построена на базе цилиндрического детектора с широкой апертурой. Изогнутая конструкция обусловливает большую эффективность сбора данных. Действительно, в отличие от менее мощных CCD- или HPAD- детекторов вам нужно значительно меньшее количество снимков для получения полного массива данных. Плюсом системы является то, что она совместима с любыми источниками рентгеновского излучения- от отпаянных рентгеновских трубок до микрофокусных источников и генераторов с вращающимся анодом- значит, Вы сможете подобрать именно те параметры системы, которые необходимы для работы.

Преимущества системы R-Axis RAPID II:

  • Детектор с широкой апертурой способен фиксировать до 204 градусов на одном снимке
  • Расширенный динамический диапазон и низкий шум дают возможность большей выдержки. Это означает также возможность одновременного измерения слабых и сильных отражений без повторного сканирования
  • Сокращение количества снимков снижает количество ошибок при пересчёте
  • Возможность настроить прибор так, как Вам это нужно, благодаря совместимости со всеми источниками рентгеновского излучения компании Rigaku Oxford Diffraction
  • Возможность измерять порошковые дифрактограммы и диффузное рассеяние, не ограничиваясь работой с монокристаллами
  • Упрощённая юстировка
  • Надёжность и простота эксплуатации — подавляюще большую часть операций по техническому обслуживанию можно выполнить на месте

Благодаря широким возможностям настройки, система R-Axis RAPID II отлично справляется как с исследованиями монокристаллов, так и измерением порошковых дифрактограмм и диффузного рассеяния.

(Eng)

Imaging plate (IP) and scanner:

  • Detector: Cylindrical IP with vertical translation axis
  • Radius: 127.4 mm
  • 2θ range: Tangential direction -60° to 144°
  • Active area: 460 mm x 256 mm
  • Pixel size: 100 μm x 100 μm, 100 μm x 150 μm, or 200 μm x 200 μm, user selectable
  • Number of IPs: 1
  • Readout method: High speed helical scan
  • Readout time: 51 sec
  • Erase time: 20 sec
  • Duty time (erase, readout, positioning): ca. 90 sec. (100 μm x 100 μm scan)
  • Dynamic range: 524,000:1
  • Sensitivity: 2 ADU/X-ray photon (Cu Kα)
  • Image size: 23.5 Mbytes in 100 μm x 100 μm readout mode

Goniometer (Partial-χ, 3-axis goniometer):

  • ω axis: -85° to 265° 0.002° /step
  • χ axis: -15° to 55° 0.0002° /step
  • φ axis: 360° 0.002° /step
  • Sphere of confusion: ≤ 20 μm
  • Goniometer head: IUCr arcless goniometer head, 49 mm

X-ray optics:

  • Monochromator: Flat graphite crystal, SHINE or VariMax™ optic (optional)
  • Collimator: 0.3 mm, 0.5 mm and 0.8 mm double pinhole
  • Collimator: 0.1 mm, 0.2 mm and 0.3 mm capillary collimator (optional)

Other specifications:

  • Camera: 1/3″ camera for sample alignment and observation; 70X magnification color image displayed on host computer
  • X-ray generator: 3 kW sealed tube, ultraX 18 rotating anode: Cu, Mo or Ag MicroMax™-007 HF microfocus rotating anode: Cu or Mo
  • Computer: PC with Windows®
  • Software: CrystalClear™ automated measurement/processing software; Software for face indexing using CCD video camera; TwinSolve twinned crystal integration software (optional); Supported by HKL-2000®; AreaMax powder processing suite (optional);

Явление дифракции рентгеновских лучей на кристаллах открыт Лауэ, теоретическое обоснование явлению дали Вульф и Брэгг (условие Вульфа-Брэгга). Как метод, рентгеноструктурный анализ разработан Дебаем и Шеррером.Метод позволяет определять атомную структуру вещества, включающую в себя пространственную группу элементарной ячейки, ее размеры и форму, координаты позиций атомов, степень заселённости этих позиций, и некоторые специфические свойства тех или иных групп атомов в элементарной ячейке. Рентгеноструктурный анализ и по сей день является самым распространенным методом определения структуры вещества в силу его простоты и относительной дешевизны.

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  52. T. Lundrigan, A.E.G. Baker, L.E. Longobardi, T.E. Wood, D.A.
  53. Smithen, S.M. Crawford, T.S. Cameron & A. Thompson (2012) An Improved Method for the Synthesis of F-BODIPYs from Dipyrrins and Bis(dipyrrin)s.
  54. Org Lett 14, 2158-2161. DOI: 10.1021/ol300681w
  55. S.M. Forget, D. Bhattasali, V.C. Hart, T.S. Cameron, R.T. Syvitski & D.L. Jakeman (2012) Synthesis and enzymatic evaluation of ketose phosphonates: the interplay between mutarotation, monofluorination and acidity. Chem Sci 3, 1866-1878. DOI: 10.1039/c2sc01077a
  56. D.A. Smithen, A.E.G. Baker, M. Offman, S.M. Crawford, T.S. Cameron & A. Thompson (2012)
  57. Use of F-BODIPYs as a protection strategy for dipyrrins: optimization BF2 removal. J Org Chem 77, 3439-3453. DOI:10.1021/jo3002003
  58. T. Lundrigan, S.M. Crawford, T.S. Cameron & A. Thompson (2012)
  59. Cl-BODIPYs: a BODIPY class enabling facile B-substitution. Chem Comm 48, 1003-1005. DOI: 10.1039/c1cc16351e
  60. F. Gao, C.T.M. Stamp, P.D. Thornton., T.S. Cameron, L.E. Doyle, D.O. Miller & D.J. Burnell (2012)
  61. Selective formation of angular tricyclic compounds by ruthenium-mediated ring-rearrangement metathesis. Chem Comm 48, 233-235. DOI: 10.1039/c1cc15452d
  62. R. Vadavi, E.D. Conrad, D.I. Arbuckle, T.S. Cameron, E. Essoun & M.A.S. Aquino, (2011)
  63. Chiral Induction via the disassembly of diruthenium(II,III) tetraacetate by chiral diphosphines. Inorg Chem 50, 11862-11864. DOI: 10.1021/ic202013m
  64. D.A. Smithen, T.S Cameron & A. Thompson (2011)
  65. One-pot synthesis of asymmetric annulated bis(pyrrole)s. Org Lett 13, 5846-5849. DOI:10.1021/ol202457n
  66. S.M. Crawford, , A. Al-Sheikh Ali, T.S. Cameron & A. Thompson (2011)
  67. Synthesis and characterization of fluorescent pyrrolyldipyrrinato Sn(IV) complexes. Inorg Chem 50, 8207-8213. DOI: 10.1021/ic200731t
  68. P.D. Thornton, T.S. Cameron and D.J. Burnell (2011)
  69. Vinylogous anionic processes in the formation and interconversion of tetracyclic ring systems. Org Biomol Chem 9, 3447-3456. DOI: 10.1039/c0ob01152e
  70. H. Al-Mughaid, K.N. Robertson, U. Werner-Zwanziger, M.D. Lumsden, T.S. Cameron & T.B. Grindley (2011)
  71. 2-Propynyl 2,3,4,6-tetra-O-acetyl-a-D-mannopyranoside. Acta Cryst C67, o60-o63. DOI: 10.1107/S010827011005225X
  72. M.I. Uddin, S.Thirumalairajan, S.M. Crawford, T.S. Cameron & A. Thompson (2010)
  73. Improved synthetic route to C-ring ester-functionalized prodigiosenes. Synlett 2561-2564. DOI: 10.1055/s-0030-1258769
  74. H. Liang, M. MacKay, T.B. Grindley, K.N. Robertson & T.S. Cameron (2010)
  75. Configurations and conformations of glycosyl sulfoxides. Can J Chem 88, 1154-1174. DOI: 10.1139/V10-091
  76. T.S. Cameron, A. Decken, F. Grein; C. Knapp, J. Passmore, J.M. Rautiainen, K.V. Shuvaev, R.C. Thompson & D.J. Wood (2010)
  77. Preparation and characterization of (CNSSS)₂(A)₂ (A = AsF6-, SbF6-, Sb2F11-) containing the O₂ -like 5,5′-Bis(1,2,3,4-trithiazolium) dication: The second example of a simple nonsterically hindered main-group diradical that retains its paramagnetism in the solid state. Inorg Chem 49, 7861-7879. DOI: 10.1021/ic100760t
  78. A. Al-Sheikh Ali, J.Cipot-Wechsler, S.M. Crawford, O. Selim, R.L. Stoddard, T.S. Cameron & A. Thompson (2010)
  79. The first series of alkali dipyrrinato complexes. Can J Chem 88, 725-735. DOI: 10.1139/V09-180
  80. T.S. Cameron, G.B. Nikiforov, J. Passmore & J.M. Rautiainen (2010)
  81. Preparation, structure and analysis of the bonding in the molecular entity (OSO)₂Li{[AlF(ORF)₃]Li[Al(ORF)₄]} (RF = C(CF₃)₃). Dalton Trans 39, 2587-2596. DOI: 10.1039/b923291e
  82. C. Mukherjee, E.D. MacLean, T.S. Cameron & A. Jha (2010)
  83. Enzyme-assisted kinetic resolution of novel 2-naphthol Mannich bases. J Molecular Catalysis B: Enzymatic 62, 46-53. DOI:10.1016/j.molcatb.2009.09.001
  84. J.J. Weigand, N. Burford, R.J. Davidson, T.S. Cameron & P. Seelheim (2009)
  85. New synthetic procedures to catena-phosphorus cations: preparation and dissociation of the first cyclo-phosphino-halophosphonium salts. J Am Chem Soc 131, 17943-17953. DOI: 10.1021/ja907693f
  86. V.M. Marx, T.S. Cameron & D.J. Burnell (2009)
  87. Formation of halogenated cyclopent-2-enone derivatives by interrupted Nazarov cyclizations. Tetrahedron Lett 50, 7213-7216. DOI:10.1016/j.tetlet.2009.10.052
  88. A. Al-Sheikh Ali, J. Cipot-Wechsler, T.S. Cameron & A. Thompson (2009)
  89. Formation of vinylic dipyrroles by the deprotonation of meso-alkyl and meso-benzyl dipyrrin HCl salts. J Org Chem 74, 2866-2869. DOI:10.1021/jo900064y
  90. P.-J.J. Huang, T.S. Cameron & A. Jha (2009)
  91. Novel synthesis of 2,2-dialkyl-3-dialkylamino-2,3-dihydro-1H-naphtho[2,1-b]pyrans. Tetrahedron Lett 50, 51-54. DOI: 10.1016/j.tetlet.2008.10.083
  92. D.J. Wolstenholme, J.J. Weigand, E.M. Cameron & T.S. Cameron (2009)
  93. Understanding the role structural changes play in the formation of strong and weak hydrogen bonds in tetramethylalkyldiammonium dithiocyanate salts. Crystal Growth & Design, 9, 282-290. DOI: 10.1021/cg800452w
  94. P.-J.J. Huang, D. Youssef, T.S. Cameron & A. Jha (2008)
  95. Microwave-assisted synthesis of novel 2-naphthol bis-Mannich bases. ARKIVOC (xvi) 165-177.
  96. D.J. Wolstenholme, J.J. Weigand, E.M. Cameron & T.S. Cameron (2008)
  97. The progression of strong and weak hydrogen bonds in a series of ethylenediammonium dithiocyanate derivatives — a new bonding protocol for macromolecules? Phys Chem Chem Phys 10, 3569-3577. DOI: 10.1039/b800108a
  98. D.J. Wolstenholme, J.J. Weigand, R.J. Davidson, J.K. Pearson & T.S. Cameron (2008)
  99. Understanding the electronic structure, reactivity, and hydrogen bonding for a 1,2-diphosphonium dication. J Phys Chem A 112, 3424-3431. DOI: 10.1021/jp710527z
  100. A.H. Murray, Z. Yue, A.I. Wallbank, T.S. Cameron, R. Vadavi, B.J. MacLean & M.A.S. Aquino (2008)
  101. Synthesis, structure and electrochemistry of mononuclear and dinuclear ruthenium-thiophenecarboxylate complexes. Polyhedron 27, 1270-1279. DOI:
  102. 10.1016/j.poly.2007.12.015
  103. J. Cipot-Wechsler, A. Al-Sheikh Ali, E.E. Chapman, T.S. Cameron & A. Thompson (2007)
  104. Synthesis and reactivity of a dipyrrinatolithium complex. Inorg Chem 46, 10947-10949. DOI: 10.1021/ic701369h
  105. R.J. Davidson, J.J. Weigand, N.Burford, T.S. Cameron, A. Decken & U. Werner-Zwanziger (2007)
  106. Bifunctional diphosphorus Lewis acids from cyclodiphosphadiazanes. Chem Commun, 4671-4673. DOI: 10.1039/b710853b
  107. A. Decken, T.S. Cameron, J. Passmore, J.M. Rautiainen, R.W. Reed, K.V. Shuvaev & L.K. Thompson (2007)
  108. Characterization of the diradical NSNSC-CNSSN and [NSNSC-CNSSN][MF₆]n (n = 1, 2). The first observation of an excited triplet state in dimers of 7p-CNSSN radicals. Inorg Chem 46, 7436-7457. DOI: 10.1021/ic700638n
  109. D. Youssef, C.E. Nichols, T.S. Cameron, J. Balzarini, E. De Clercq & A. Jha (2007)
  110. Design, synthesis and cytostatic activity of novel cyclic curcumin analogues. Bioorg & Med Chem Lett 17, 5624-5629. DOI:10.1016/j.bmcl.2007.07.079 CCDC 650883
  111. D.J. Wolstenholme & T.S. Cameron (2007)
  112. A comparison of the energetic and topological properties of weak interactions in molecular organic crystals. Can J Chem 85, 576-585. DOI: 10.1139/V07-090
  113. A. Al-Sheikh Ali, R.E. Benson, S. Blumentritt, T.S. Cameron, A. Linden, D. Wolstenholme & A. Thompson (2007)
  114. Asymmetric synthesis of mono- and dinuclear bis(dipyrrinato) complexes. J Org Chem 72, 4947-4952. DOI: 10.1021/jo070569j
  115. D.J. Wolstenholme, C.F. Matta & T.S. Cameron (2007)
  116. Experimental and theoretical electron density study of a highly twisted polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon: 4-methyl-[4]helicene. J Phys Chem A 111, 8803-8813. DOI:10.1021/jp071002+
  117. P. Munshi, E. Cameron, T.N. Guru Row, J.D. Ferrara & T.S. Cameron (2007)
  118. Investigation of inter-ion interactions in N,N,N’,N’-tetramethylethylenediammonium dithiocyanate via experimental and theoretical charge density studies. J Phys Chem A 111, 7888-7897. DOI:
  119. 10.1021/jp068554x
  120. T.J. Burchell, T.S. Cameron, D.H. Macartney, L.K. Thompson & M.A.S. Aquino (2007)
  121. Kinetics and magnetism of phosphane diadducts of diruthenium(II,III) tetraacetate. Eur J Inorg Chem 2007, 4021-4027. DOI:10.1002/ejic.200700400
  122. A.P. White, K.N. Robertson, T.S. Cameron, B.V. Liengme, D.B. Leznoff, S. Trudel & M.A.S. Aquino (2007)
  123. Synthesis and characterization of [M(DMSO)6][SnCl6] complexes (M = Fe2+, Co2+, and Ni2+) — an old mystery solved. Can J Chem 85, 372-378. DOI: 10.1139/X07-042
  124. T.S. Cameron, A. Decken, M. Gabriel, C. Knapp & J. Passmore (2007)
  125. Investigations of the mono- and dicycloaddition reactions of [SNS][MF₆] (M = As, Sb) with the dinitriles NCC(O)CN and NCC(Cl)₂CN — energetics and the preference for [SNS]+ dicycloaddition products in solution and solid state. Can J Chem 85, 96-104. DOI: 10.1139/V06-190
  126. J.J. Weigand, R.J. Davidson, T.S. Cameron & N. Burford (2007)
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