Rosalind Franklin

The X-ray crystallographic expert, hired for her skills, and known to be methodical. Don't call her Rosy!

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15874. Franklin's X-ray

Rosalind Franklin and Raymond Gosling obtained this X-ray diffraction pattern, which triggered the idea that DNA was a helix.

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15013. Wilkins' X-ray diffraction pattern

How to obtained an X-ray diffraction pattern. Wilkins had a different DNA pattern from Rosalind Franklin. Wilkins provided Franklin with the DNA.

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15014. Franklin's X-ray diffraction, explanation of X-ray pattern.

How an X-ray diffraction pattern is created and how the DNA X-ray diffraction pattern can be interpreted to give the dimensions.

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16019. Rosalind Franklin, 1952

The DNA molecule is shaped like a twisted ladder.

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15262. Rosalind Franklin's reasoning on the DNA structure, Raymond Gosling

Raymond Gosling - Rosalind Franklin's graduate student - talks about Franklin's view on model building.

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16439. Biography 19: Rosalind Elsie Franklin (1920-1958)

James Watson and Francis Crick solved the structure of DNA. Other scientists, like Rosalind Franklin and Maurice Wilkins, also contributed to this discovery.

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16440. Biography 19: Maurice Hugh Frederick Wilkins (1916-2004)

James Watson and Francis Crick solved the structure of DNA. Other scientists, like Rosalind Franklin and Maurice Wilkins, also contributed to this discovery.

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15455. Winning the race for the double helix, James Watson

James Watson talks about his partnership with Francis Crick.

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15260. Rosalind Franklin points out Watson and Crick's mistakes, Raymond Gosling

Raymond Gosling - Rosalind Franklin's graduate student - talks about what Franklin knew from the B-form diffraction pattern.

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15261. The culture in Maurice Wilkins' lab, Raymond Gosling

Raymond Gosling - Rosalind Franklin's graduate student - talks about Franklin's relationship with Maurice Wilkins.

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