Atomic structure of ceramics, alloys, zeolites and minerals


Methods of electron diffraction can be applied literally to any crystalline material. Owing to the unique methodology developed by our group, we have the opportunity to collaborate on analysis of samples literally from all over the world and from all areas of material science.


Among the most studied materials are metal oxides, often with interesting electric or magnetic properties, metal alloys and their precipitates, and also samples of minerals, which we analyze in collaboration with the Group of mineralogical crystallography of our department.

Inorganic structure – titanyl sulfate dihydrate
Inorganic structure – titanyl sulfate dihydrate



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