Friday, March 31, 2017

Data scaling and temperature calibration in time-resolved photocrystallographic experiments #chempaperaday 275

This will be a relevant paper to my next reading. When people do photocrystallography experiments, it looks like there are some useful methods to determine the temperature that is induced by the laser. Basically, the crystal you mount on the instrument is NOT at the temperature you set. The laser heats the crystal. And here you can read a few methods to determine the sample temperature. Very cool!

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