Head of the laboratory: Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Prof., Dr. Sc. Igor L. Eremenko
Contact the XRSC Director at: Igor L. Eremenko, X-Ray Structural Centre, Institute of Organoelement Compounds, 28 Vavilov St., B-334, Moscow, 119991, Russia
X-Ray Structural Centre (XRSC) - one of the most efficient X-ray structural laboratories in the world - carries out as well on a commercial basis X-ray structural analysis of crystals of virtually all classes of compounds, including those highly unstable, liquid or even gaseous at ambient temperature (excluding proteins and high polymers).
If you send a small crystal sample (about 0.5 mm) or a 10-15 mm long capillary filled with a liquid, we will provide you with a wealth of fully objective information on empirical formula, molecular structure, accurate bond lengths and angles, molecular conformation and absolute configuration, peculiarities of crystal packing, and/or optionally molecular mechanics and quantum chemistry analysis of the structure.
Best experimental equipment, extensive computing and computer graphics facilities, and above all highly skilled personnel with many years of experience in the field are the guarantees of prompt service (several days for urgent orders), absolute reliability, and highest possible accuracy of the results.
Our Centre is capable of fulfilling all your X-ray crystallography needs at great savings of time and money. The world has become quite small and you'll have no problems contacting us. Just give it a try - send a few crystals of your sample by express mail, e.g. DHL or TNT, and in almost no time you'll receive the molecular structure by fax or E-mail. Best of all - your first crystal structure is free! And you will be surprised by our regular prices that are significantly lower than anywhere else. We guarantee full confidentiality and will have no claims for co-authorship or any other rights to the information related to or obtained by the XRSC as a part of its commercial activities.
The XRSC is also an official affiliation Centre for distribution of the current version of the Cambridge Structural Database in Russia and former USSR countries. At present, new CSD version is distributed by XRSC at 55 institutions and organizations.