Objective Zeitschrift für Kristallographie – Crystalline Materials was founded in 1877 by Paul von Groth and is today one of the world’s oldest scientific journals. It offers a place for researchers to present results of their theoretical experimental crystallographic studies. The journal presents significant results on structures and on properties of organic/inorganic substances with crystalline character, periodically ordered, modulated or quasicrystalline on static and dynamic phenomena applying the various methods of diffraction, spectroscopy and microscopy.
Inorganic Crystal Structures
Organic and Metalorganic (including Biological)
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