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Chapter 9.1. Principles of monochromatic data collection

Chapter index

Anomalous scattering (dispersion)
data-collection strategies 9.1.13.2
Asymmetric unit
choice of 9.1.7.1
Atomic resolution
data collection 9.1.13.6
Beam divergence 9.1.6.3, 9.1.6.3
Blind region 9.1.7.3
Bragg's law 9.1.6.1
Crystal-to-detector distance, choice of 9.1.8
Data collection
exposure time 9.1.11.2
fine slicing 9.1.6.6
geometries 9.1.5
monochromatic 9.1.1
rotation method 9.1.6
still exposure 9.1.6.2
strategies 9.1.13
wide slicing 9.1.6.7
Data completeness 9.1.3
in the rotation method 9.1.7
Data redundancy 9.1.7.1, 9.1.13.2
Detector overloads 9.1.11.3
Detectors
two-dimensional 9.1.5.2
Ewald sphere 9.1.6.1
Exposure time 9.1.11.2
Fine slicing 9.1.6.6
Fully recorded reflections 9.1.6.5
I/σ(I) ratio 9.1.11.4, 9.1.11.4, 9.1.15
Indexing
alternative schemes 9.1.7.4, 9.1.7.3
Isomorphous replacement
data-collection strategies 9.1.13.1
Low-resolution data
importance of 9.1.14
Lunes 9.1.6.4
Molecular replacement
data-collection strategies 9.1.13.3
Monochromatic data collection 9.1.1
data-collection geometries 9.1.5
detectors 9.1.5.2
exposure time 9.1.11.2
fine slicing 9.1.6.6
still exposure 9.1.6.2
wide slicing 9.1.6.7
Mosaicity 9.1.6.3, 9.1.6.3
Multiwavelength anomalous diffraction (MAD)
data-collection strategies 9.1.13.2
Partially recorded reflections 9.1.6.5
Radiation damage 9.1.12
and cryogenic vitrification 9.1.12.2
Redundancy 9.1.7.1, 9.1.13.2
Reflection profiles 9.1.11.1
R factors
Rocking curve 9.1.6.3
Rotation method of data collection 9.1.6
Screenless rotation method 9.1.5.2
Single-wavelength anomalous scattering (dispersion)
data-collection strategies 9.1.13.2
Still exposure 9.1.6.2
Synchrotron radiation 9.1.4.2
Wavelength bandpass 9.1.6.3
Wide slicing 9.1.6.7
X-ray sources
for monochromatic data collection 9.1.4
X-ray wavelength, choice of 9.1.9