Electron diffraction (ED) is one of the most rapidly developing and exciting areas of crystallography. In the last two years, every relevant congress dealing with crystallography, chemistry, materials science, geology or biomolecules has taken up the topic of ED. The publications are increasing rapidly. There is no doubt that ED is an important driving force for academic and industrial research and product development. In the following, we present a selection of the most relevant publications.
"What are Electron Diffraction and Nano-crystallography and why are they so important for scientists, researchers and industry?" Dr. Gustavo Santiso-Quinones
"Can Electron Diffraction distinguish between carbon and nitrogen atoms? What about the protons? Experiments on [2H]-3-amino-1,2,4 triazole." Gustavo Santiso-Quinones, Iryna Andrusenko, Mauro Gemmi, Enrico Mugnaioli
"Precession electron diffraction tomography for solving complex modulated structures: The case of Bi5Nb3O15." L. Palatinus, et al. Inorg. Chem., 2013, 52, 6127−6135.
"Collecting 3D electron diffraction data by the rotation method." X. Zou et al. Z. Kristallogr., 2010, 225, 94−102.
"[Ti8Zr2O12(COO)16] cluster: An ideal inorganic building unit for photoactive metal−organic frameworks." X. Zou et al. ACS Cent. Sci., 2018, 4, 105−111.