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Low Temperature Devices

The advantages of collecting single crystal X-ray diffraction data at low temperatures have long been recognized by the scientific community. With the availability of efficient and reliable devices and publications reporting the use of low temperature have massively increased over the recent years. The technique offers a number of advantages:

Typically, a temperature range from 300 K to 80 K is sufficient and covers a wide range of low temperature experiments.

Temperatures of less than 80 K can be achieved using Helium-based low temperature systems, such as the


  • n-Helix