Durward W. J. Cruickshank

Affiliations: 
Institute of Science and Technology University of Manchester, Manchester, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
X-ray structure analysis
Website:
http://www.iucr.org/news/newsletter/volume-15/number-3/dwj-cruikshank-1924-2007
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(1924 - 2007)
http://chemistry.library.nd.edu/resources/genealogy/chemistry/documents/CruickshankDWJ.pdf

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Ernest Gordon Cox grad student 1952 University of Leeds (Physics Tree)
 (A theoretical study of some of the interpretational methods used in crystal structure analysis)
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Ahmed HU, Blakeley MP, Cianci M, et al. (2007) The determination of protonation states in proteins. Acta Crystallographica. Section D, Biological Crystallography. 63: 906-22
Helliwell JR, Harrop S, Habash J, et al. (1989) Instrumentation for Laue diffraction (invited) Review of Scientific Instruments. 60: 1531-1536
Beagley B, Cruickshank DWJ, McAuliffe CA, et al. (1985) The crystal and molecular structure of cis-diammine-1,1-cyclobutanedicarboxoplatinum(II) [cis-Pt(NH3)2CBDCA]. Dynamic puckering of the cyclobutane ring Journal of Molecular Structure. 130: 97-102
Robiette AG, Sheldrick GM, Sheldrick WS, et al. (1968) The conformation of three disilazanes Chemical Communications (London). 909-910
Cruickshank DWJ, Robinson EA. (1966) Bonding in orthophosphates and orthosulphates Spectrochimica Acta. 22: 555-563
Cox EG, Cruickshank DWJ. (1957) Is 'super-refinement' legitimate in x-ray crystal analysis Nature. 179: 858-859
Cox EG, Cruickshank DWJ, Smith JAS. (1955) Crystal structure of benzene: A new type of systematic error in precision x-ray crystal analysis [1] Nature. 175: 766
Jeffrey GA, Cruickshank DWJ, Cox EG. (1953) Molecular structure determination by X-ray crystal analysis: Modern methods and their accuracy Quarterly Reviews, Chemical Society. 7: 335-376
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