"Well-written...in my opinion is now the best reference for noncrystallographers who want to know more about X-ray diffraction and the data that result from it."
-AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
this book will be of great use to me as a beginner in crystallography and help me with my studies.Published 11 months ago by irene ogutu
Clear and concise. Fourier transforms are kept simple, and you get babied into XRay diffraction. Would recommend this book to anyone interested in X-ray crystallography.Published 13 months ago by Donald A. Szlosek
I'm a biochemistry graduate student working on protein crystallography, this is a very good book to beginners, my advisor suggest me to read it and it's very good!Published 14 months ago by Santata
some pages are printed with purple or yellow font. Very hard to read because of that. They should recall them.Published 15 months ago by Andrey Kanygin
At first glance this book appears well-written and comprehensive. But many times I couldn't even get through a few pages without using external references to make sense of... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Christopher
A "must have" item. I found this book extremely helpful for understanding the basic concepts of crystallography.
I gave it the top score of 5 stars
Excellent book for those getting their feet wet starting crystallography. A good mix of basic theory and practical stuff. Highly recommend this book.Published on December 12, 2012 by J. DiNitto
Topics are well described and also are well organized. Textbook have good illustrations. Studying at Biochem/Biophysics grad school and this textbook was a good introduction to... Read morePublished on December 7, 2012 by yerdos
This book is great for people who are just starting biological macromolecular crystallography. It is detailed enough to familiarize the reader with the nomenclature, yet simple... Read morePublished on October 31, 2011 by ajym