In order to visualize molecular interaction by the experimental electrostatic potential analysis we have optimized the optical parameters and developed the high‐resolution Debye‐Scherrer camera at the RIKEN materials science beamline, BL44B2 of SPring‐8. For the purpose the camera was designed to be equipped with the hybrid X‐ray detector system. One is the conventional detector, the imaging plate readout off‐line to carry out high d (interplanar spacing)‐resolution measurements and the other is the CCD detector, which can be operated in a camera at variable distances for high angle‐resolution measurements. In addition we have been developing an in‐situ properties measurement system to visualize the electrostatic interaction completely synchronized with material functions.

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