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COV-19 Updates : The Chemistry Buildings are closed and therefor the X-ray Laboratory is closed to all non-departmental users until further notice. The Chemistry buildings are on lock down

We are sorry for the inconvenience

Sample submission only

Mark your samples with your name, advisor and date and bring to room 2407 and leave on sample table

Download : Powder submission form or Single Crystal form and email to xray at

Welcome to the X-ray Diffraction Laboratory in the Department of Chemistry at Texas A & M University. We are a full service X-ray Diffraction laboratory offering state of the art instrumentation for the analysis of solid materials. Our services include single-crystal and powder diffraction for Chemistry, Material Sciences and Pharmaceuticals. We are staffed by trained Ph.D. scientists who employ the most up to date diffraction and X-ray techniques. Please feel free to contact us about your diffraction needs.

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Crystal Structures and  Powder Diffraction .

How Can We Help You

Laboratory Services
  • Single-Crystal and X-ray Powder Diffractometery
  • High Resolution and Two-Dimensional X-ray Powder Diffractometery 
  • Molecular Structure Solution from single-crystal or powdered materials 
  • Qualitative and quantitative phase analysis
  • Micro-Powder Diffraction
  • Ultra-low temperature single-crystal diffraction
  • Polymorph and crystalline state Identification Powder Pattern comparisons
  • Identification of unknown materials by X-ray powder pattern search and match routines
    Our Mission The purpose of our laboratory is to provide X-ray diffraction analysis to the Texas A & M University system and to educate our students in the science of Crystallography. Our main focus is to determine molecular structure from single-crystal samples and to perform high resolution X-ray powder diffraction. We provide services to outside users. We are a full service facility, able to determine the three dimensional structure of molecules and solids, from single crystal samples. We can determine various structural types from small inorganic solids to small macromolecules. (see our Brochure)