Chemistry World: The Cambridge Structural Database hits one million structures

Chemistry World: The Cambridge Structural Database hits one million structures. “The Cambridge Structural Database has been collecting the crystal structures for organic and organometallic compounds since 1965, and has just collected its one millionth structure. To celebrate this milestone, we’ve worked with some of the the staff at the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre, which curates the CSD, to show some of the individual highlights of their first one million structures, and some of the chemistry and crystallographic trends that a collection of so many structures reveals.”

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