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Grow X-ray quality crystals to avoid losing useful chemical information
Single crystal X-ray diffraction brings information, especially in the early stage of the solid form development process. It not only allows you to fully understand the crystalline solid form at the atomic level and it’s properties, but it is also sometimes crucial for intellectual property protection. However, growing single crystals has always been more of an empirical art. The CrystalBreeder can help you take out some of the guess work in single crystal growth by allowing to screen 32 crystallization conditions simultaneously using minimal amounts of material, and covering the most useful crystallization methods for this, controlled cooling, evaporation and anti-solvent diffusion, respectively.
Would you like to know the crystal structure of your Active Ingredient, and better understand its physicochemical properties? Or do you see the need of having the molecular structure confirmed? This application note can help you answer these questions.