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CrystalDiffract works with CrystalMaker, reading from saved crystal
files to simulate and display powder diffraction patterns on screen. You
can drag-and-drop a crystal file into CrystalDiffract, or use
CrystalMaker's Transform > Diffraction Pattern > Powder command to
obtain a diffraction pattern for any displayed crystal structure.
Diffraction patterns can be displayed as traditional greyscale "films",
or as diffractometer traces (graphs of intensity versus two-theta,
d-spacing, 1/d, time-of-flight or energy). Tools allow you to measure
peak positions, intensities, and their Miller indices. You can precisely
scroll the diffraction pattern, or select a plot range and zoom. Other
tool buttons provide scaling functions, as well as x and y-axis offsets.
- License: Demo, $355
- Author/Publisher: CrystalMaker Software
- Modification Date: January 5, 2009
- Requirements: Mac OS X 10.3.9 or higher