Crystallography is a branch of science that deals with discerning the arrangement and bonding of atoms with the geometric structure of crystal lattices in crystalline solids. In chemistry and mineralogy, the optical properties of crystals have traditionally been of interest for material identification. Modern crystallography is essentially based on an study of X-ray diffraction by crystals serving as optical gratings. Chemists are able to determine the internal structures and bonding patterns of minerals and molecules, including the structures of large complex molecules, such as proteins and DNA, using X-ray crystallography.

•    Crystallography in Materials Science
•    Electron crystallography
•    Chemical Crystallography
•    Aperiodic Crystals
•    Fundamentals of Crystals
•    Crystallography of Quasicrystals
•    Protein Crystallography
•    X-ray Crystallography
•    Applications of Crystallography
•    Crystallography in Modren Chemistry
•    Surface Crystallography
•    Solid State Crystallography