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The Cambridge Structural Database reaches 1,000,000 structures. Find out more here.
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With 14,673 new entries, this update brings the total size of the CSD to 1,023,815 entries and 1,006,180 unique structures. This takes the release past one million structures for the first time!
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This week's #FeaturedStructureFriday is an Am containing compound published by S. C. Bart & co-workers in @Orgmet_ACS, CSD Entry: XIYYUC, https://t.co/u40pB7uA2N. According to @RoySocChem (https://t.co/JBtWzxXXkw), on this day in 1945 the 1st microscopic amount of Am was made. https://t.co/ngiwTTPXp0
We've partnered with @britcryst to celebrate the international year of the periodic table how we know best, with crystal structures! And we want you to get involved! Find out how you can contribute: https://t.co/M77PRzl01J @IYPTCrystals #iypt2019 https://t.co/cZYrwxCL5F
We're continuing our summer initiative to help you get your thesis data shared and acknowledged. Make sure your hard work doesn't go unrecognised and ensure structures from your PhD thesis are in the CSD! Find out how here: https://t.co/MNPbnUgLL2 #CSD #data https://t.co/dORo9mx0FS