Single Crystal XRD
X-ray single-crystal diffraction is a non-destructive scientific method that offers complete data on the inner structure of crystalline materials, such as unit cell dimensions, bond angles, and site-ordering data.
Any solid substance in which an organized three-dimensional layout of atoms, ions, or molecules is replicated all across the dimension is referred to as a single crystal.
The use of X-ray diffraction (XRD) to analyze the structure of the sample is a strong non-invasive method. It describes structures, phases, preferred crystalline structure, and certain other structural data including average crystallite size, crystalline nature, and crystal defects.