Understanding thermodynamic properties at the molecular level: multiple temperature charge density study of ribitol and xylitol.

@article{Madsen2011UnderstandingTP,
  title={Understanding thermodynamic properties at the molecular level: multiple temperature charge density study of ribitol and xylitol.},
  author={Anders {\O} Madsen and Rikke Mattson and Sine Larsen},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry. A},
  year={2011},
  volume={115 26},
  pages={
          7794-804
        }
}
  • Anders Ø Madsen, Rikke Mattson, Sine Larsen
  • Published in
    The journal of physical…
    2011
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • X-ray diffraction data of high quality measured to high resolution on crystals of the two pentitol epimers ribitol (centric) and xylitol (acentric) at 101, 141, and 181 K and data on the two compounds previously recorded at 122 K have formed the basis for multipole refinements with the VALRAY system. Our analysis showed that it is possible to obtain a reliable crystal electron density for an acentric compound (xylitol) from X-ray diffraction data and that the thermal motion can be deconvoluted… CONTINUE READING

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