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Author: Jenny P. Glusker,Kenneth N. Trueblood
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Title: Crystal Structure Analysis: A Primer
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Publisher: Oxford University Press (July 6, 1972)
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Crystal Structure Analysis: A Primer by Jenny P. Glusker,Kenneth N. Trueblood



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Glusker, Jenny Pickworth. Oxford University Press, (c)2010. Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Trueblood, Kenneth N. Uniform Title: International Union of Crystallography texts on crystallography ; no. 14. Rubrics: X-ray crystallography. ISBN: 0919107273 Publication & Distribution: .

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Kenneth N. Trueblood University of California, Los Angeles. Jenny P. Glusker Philadelphia, Pennsylvania March 2010.

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by Jenny Pickworth Glusker. This practical guide explains how and why the architecture of molecules can be determined by analysis of the diffraction patterns produced by X-ray crystallography. Thoroughly illustrated, it is intended for nonspecialists who want to understand the fundamentals of this widely used method of structure determination.

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This book aims to explain how and why the detailed three-dimensional architecture of molecules can be determined by an analysis of the diffraction patterns obtained when X rays or neutrons are scattered by the atoms in single crystals. Part 1 deals with the nature of the crystalline state, diffraction generally, and diffraction by crystals in particular, and, briefly, the experimental procedures that are used. Part II examines the problem of converting the experimentally obtained data into a model of the atomic arrangement that scattered these beams

Reviews: 2
Munigrinn
This is the third edition of a real classic! Ever since it first came out in 1971 the Glusker/Trueblood has been one of the best introductory texts on crystallography. It was updated the first time in 1985: Crystal Structure Analysis -- A Primer, second edition, however in the last 25 years crystallography has changed enough to make the second edition seem outdated. Therefore I sometimes preferred the also excellent book by Massa Crystal Structure Determination, which does not cover quite as much ground but was more up-to-date. The "better" is the strongest enemy of the "good" and with the advent of the third edition of the Glusker/Trueblood, I am now recommending "Crystal Structure Analysis: A Primer" by Jenny Glusker and Ken Trueblood without hesitation to anyone who wants to learn more about crystallography. Every aspect from definition of a crystal to the diffraction experiment, phase problem, symmetry in real and reciprocal space, structure refinement and critical interpretation of the results is covered by this fabulous book and every chapter is perfectly up-to-date (even taking into consideration research conducted in 2009).

I would like to point out a few highlights:
(1) The chapter on Direct Methods absolutely stellar. It is better than any attempt to tackle this difficult topic I have ever seen. Even if you are already fairly advanced in crystallography but haven't quite understood how Direct Methods work: chapter 8 of this book will help you.
(2) Unlike many other textbooks the Glusker/Trueblood is very critical with the method it introduces. Crystal structure determination is sometimes seen by the uninformed as a sort of magic method that creates perfect pictures of molecules out of thin air. The Gluserk/Trueblood describes potential pitfalls and it makes very clear what you can and what you can not learn from a crystal structure. This is important information especially for beginners and "casual users" of crystallography.
(3) Throughout all chapters, the book contains numerous historical references to early scientists and key experiments, some dating back well over hundred years. This may not be vital for understanding modern crystallography, but learning about the history puts everything into perspective.

Further reading:
Another excellent beginner's text on crystallography is the above mentioned book by Werner Massa: Crystal Structure Determination.
A good book to deepen the knowledge one has gained from a beginner's book like the Glusker/Trueblood is Fundamentals of Crystallography by Carmelo Giacovazzo.
If you want to take it one step further and are getting into the refinement of crystal structures, I can recommend Crystal Structure Refinement: A Crystallographer's Guide to SHELXL.
Billy Granson
Very good guide for those who wanted to master X-ray crystallography.