Hydrogen atoms can be located accurately and precisely by x-ray crystallography

Magdalena Woińska, Simon Grabowsky, Paulina M. Dominiak, Krzysztof Woźniak & Dylan Jayatilaka
Precise and accurate structural information on hydrogen atoms is crucial to the study of energies of interactions important for crystal engineering, materials science, medicine, and pharmacy, and to the estimation of physical and chemical properties in solids. However, hydrogen atoms only scatter x-radiation weakly, so x-rays have not been used routinely to locate them accurately. Textbooks and teaching classes still emphasize that hydrogen atoms cannot be located with x-rays close to heavy elements; instead, neutron...
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