Reaxys is partially based on the Gmelin Database of Inorganic Chemistry, one of the largest and most powerful inorganic substance databases in the world. Unfortunately, it is not terribly easy to search by or navigate directly to crystal structure information in Reaxys, particularly lattice lengths and angles for the unit cells of inorganic substances.
How Do I Search?
It is easiest to perform a formula or name search for the substance that interests you, following the instructions in the General Information section. Once you have retrieved the substance's record, you can do one of two things to zoom to the crystal structure information.
Filter by Property Availability
Using the menu options in the left sidebar, click on Physical Data, and select the appropriate crystal fields. This will highlight them in the results.
Browse the Results for the Desired Information
If you are afraid that you will miss something by using the refinements, you can also opt to browse the results. In this case, click on the red Physical Properties link in the Available Data section of the results grid. This will allow you to browse the fields available in the record. When you see one that interests you, click it to view the data and references available. Use the PennText links to navigate to full text, library holdings, or an interlibrary loan form.
Reaxys has several fields that contain crystal structure information. This list will help you select the right one.