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1971 Structure of Fulvine - Crystallography Can Even be Fun

Video   Oct 02, 2018

 

How crystallography was done in the early 1970's, showing some of the first use of 3D Molecular graphics at Columbia University in Cyrus Levinthal's lab. Crystallography Can Even be Fun!

 
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