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Title: Crystal Studio Version 9.0


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Crystal Studio Version 9.0
  • About Crystal Studio
  • Features
  • Why Use Crystal Studio
  • Who Is Using Crystal Studio

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About Crystal Studio
  • Crystal Studio was developed in 1997 and 1998,
    extensively tested and first released in 1999,
    and then underwent a major upgrade every year.
    Version 9.0 was released in January 2007. Ever
    since its first inception, Crystal Studio has
    been very robust and stable. It seldom requires
    fixes or patches owing to our extensive tests,
    not like some other software which are either
    first developed or overhauled and require
    continuous maintenances.

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  • Crystal Studio is a multi-document / multi-view
    integrated software developed for Windows
    95/98/ME, Windows NT/2000 Windows XP and Windows
    Vista operating systems. Implemented with latest
    software technology, Crystal Studio is very
    powerful, fast and very simple to use. Empowered
    with a crystallographic database and a
    hyper-linked online help system, Crystal Studio
    lets you create crystal structure with stunning
    color and 3D realism in just a few mouse clicks.
    Crystal Studio presents an ideal tool for
    research and teaching in crystallography,
    materials science, solid state chemistry and
    physics, mineralogy and other fields related with
    crystal structures.

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  • Apart from providing normal crystallography
    functionalities like 3D graphics etc. as other
    packages, Crystal Studio offers ample functions
    for defects like dislocations, twin boundaries
    and stacking faults, interfaces and surfaces and
    two phase coherent combinations. It also covers
    XRD, neutron and electron diffraction simulations
    and reciprocal lattice. Moreover it especially
    simulates the combined zone axis diffraction
    patterns for twins and two phase coherent
    combinations.

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Features
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Photo-Realistic High Quality 3D Graphics
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Save Animation or Work Step Video Clip
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Database Powered
  • Crystal Studio is integrated with a
    crystallographic database. The database contains
    information about all 530 space group
    specifications from various versions of
    International Tables for (X-Ray) Crystallography,
    information on all elements in the Periodic Table
    including valence, radii etc. and latest data for
    atomic scattering amplitude and Debye-Waller
    factors for diffraction calculations. The
    database also include a crystal structure
    database with 6000 common crystal structures
    (Enterprise Edition) and a layer/cluster
    database, you can build your own crystal
    structure database for easy access to your
    routine crystal structures.

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Simple User Interface
  • Double click on any object such as atoms, bonds
    and polyhedra invokes a dialog box for changing
    various aspects for that object and/or its
    equivalents. You can change various parameters
    either in individual or in equivalent classes.
    Double click anywhere else on the views invokes
    dialog or property sheet for you to change
    various parameters for the view. You can edit the
    crystal structure visually.

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  • Right mouse button click on all views and objects
    invoke a context sensitive pop-up menu of
    commands for the views and objects, repectively.
    These pop-up menus make editing in 3D view quick
    and easy.
  • Unlimited steps of Undo and Redo of all editing
    processes.

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Multiple Tools
  • 3D Crystal View
  • 3D Molecule View for Macro-Molecules
  • Create Nanotubes and Nanocones
  • Powder XRD, Neutron and Electron Diffraction
    Patterns for Single Crystal or Phase mixtures
  • 3D Reciprocal Lattice for Single Crystal or
    Matrix plus 2nd Phase or Twin
  • Zone Axis Electron Diffraction Patterns for
    Single Crystal or Matrix plus 2nd Phase or Twin
  • Stereographic Projections for Single Crystal or
    Matrix plus 2nd Phase or Twin
  • Two Dimensional Real and Reciprocal Lattices

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Various Crystal Defects
  • Vacancies
  • Interstitial Atoms
  • Dislocations (Edge and Screw)
  • Stacking Faults
  • Twinning
  • Matrix/2nd Phase Mixture

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Multiple Style and Projection Methods
  • Ball and Stick Model
  • Stick Model
  • Space Filling Model
  • Ellipsoid and Stick Model
  • Ball and Stick Plus Translucent Space Filling
    Model
  • Mixed Model
  • Ribbon Model
  • Perspective or Orthographic Projection

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3D Plane Atom View and Combo View
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Coordination or Cavity Polyhedra
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Thermal Motion Ellipsoids
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Atom Vectors
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Add Surface Atom / Layer
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Build Crystal Slab
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Selective Build
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Unit Cell Transformation
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File and Data Import
  • Import Crystallographic Information File (CIF)
  • Import ICSD (Inorganic Crystal Structure
    Database) File (CRY)
  • Import PDB (Protein Data Bank) File (pdb/ent)
  • Import Macro-Molecule Crystallographic
    Information File (mmCIF)
  • Import CSD (Cambridge Structure Database) and
    CRYSMET Data through their CIF export
  • Import Comma Separated Values (CSV) File
  • Import ASCII Crystal Structure File (STF)
  • Import Coordinate Files (CC1 and XYZ)

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File and Data Export
  • Export Crystallographic Information File (CIF)
  • Export BMP, JPEG and PNG Image Files
  • Export High Resolution BMP and PNG Files
  • Export POV-Ray Scene File (POV)
  • Export ASCII Crystal Structure File (STF)
  • Export Powder Diffraction Pattern as ASCII or CSV
    Files
  • Export Atom Position Data as ASCII File for
    Modeling or Simulation
  • Export Coordinate File (XYZ)

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Why Use Crystal Studio
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A Versatile Research Tool
  • With Crystal Studio at hand, anyone in the fields
    of condensed matter physics, chemistry, materials
    science engineering, mineralogy and geology
    etc. who has little knowledge of crystallography
    becomes an expert immediately and can use it to
    investigate the atomic arrangement and structure
    of matter and find out their relationship to its
    properties.
  • For experts in crystallography, Crystal Studio
    provides various ways for them to customize
    crystal structures, by choosing different cell
    styles or by cell transformations. Crystal Studio
    even provide easy means for experts to change or
    create new space group specifications so that
    they can experiment with different cell symmetry
    settings.

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  • When you take experimental powder patterns, you
    can use Crystal Studio to plot theoretical
    patterns for quick initial matches and/or
    indexing.
  • When you take experimental electron diffraction
    patterns, you can use Crystal Studio to plot
    theoretical patterns for quick matching and/or
    indexing or for quick determination of coherent
    phase relationship.
  • Use stereographic projection to study coherent
    phase relationships.
  • Study the structure details of proteins and their
    conformation
  • High resolution photo-realistic 3D crystal or
    macro-molecule images are excellent for
    publications.

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An Interactive Teaching Aid
  • A projector can be used to bring the views up to
    a big screen or each student or group of students
    can get a direct feel on crystal structures and
    their beauty on their computers in the class room
  • Apart from interactive 3D crystal structure, look
    at atom arrangement on crystal planes with 3D
    atom view of planes

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  • Selective build can be used to explore the
    structure build up of complicated crystal
    structures
  • Various crystal defects
  • Simulation of X-ray, neutron and electron
    diffraction patterns
  • 3D Reciprocal Lattice
  • Stereographic Projections

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Who is Using Crystal Studio
Crystal Studio has been used in more than 200
prominent institutions all over the world such as
Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, University of California at Berkeley,
Oxford University, Tokyo University, Osaka
University, IBM, AMD, UTC, Sony, Canon, NEC,
Fujitsu, Hitachi, Matsushita Electric, LLNL,
ORNL, LANL, NASA, AFRL, IBCP, INSUBRIEN, NIMS,
AIST, JAERI, JAEA, NTT, NHK, NKK etc.
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USA
  • IBM Corporation
  • Harvard University
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • The University of California at Berkeley
  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories
  • Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • NASA-Glenn Research Center
  • US Air Force AFRL/MLL
  • Ames Laboratory
  • United Technologies Corporation
  • Imation Corporation
  • University of California, Los Angeles
  • Temple University
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • The Ohio State University
  • The Pennsylvania State University
  • The University of New Mexico
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • City University of New York
  • The University of Tennessee

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  • Drexel University
  • Read College
  • University of North Texas
  • Robert Morris University
  • Iowa State University
  • Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  • Wilson Greatbatch Tech
  • University of California at San Diego
  • Columbia University
  • Translucent Inc.
  • North Carolina State University
  • Lamar University
  • Michigan Technological University
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • LumiLeds Lighting, LLC
  • Loyola College in Maryland
  • Steven Design Engineering
  • RJ Lee Group, Inc.
  • University of Texas at Dallas
  • University of Louisville
  • Raytheon Missile Systems
  • etc.

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Japan
  • Tokyo University
  • Kyoto University
  • Osaka University
  • Waseda University
  • SONY Institute
  • Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
  • NEC Corporation
  • Canon Inc.
  • Hitachi Limited
  • Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd.
  • NTT Microsystem Integration Laboratories
  • NHK Science and Technology Research Labs.
  • NKK Corporation
  • Nissan Arc Ltd.
  • Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
  • UBE Industries Limited
  • Komatsu Limited
  • RIKEN Frontier Research System
  • National Institute for Materials Science (Sengen)
  • Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute, Tokai
  • Japan Science and Technology Corporation (JST)
  • National Institute for Materials Science(Namiki)
  • Tokushima Prefectural Industrial Technology
    Center
  • Nuclear Fuel Industries, Ltd.
  • Furugawa Electric Yokohama Laboratories

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  • National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science
    and Technology(AIST), Tohoku
  • National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
  • National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science
    and Technology(AIST), Tsukuba
  • Yamaguchi University
  • Tsukuba University
  • Bunkyo University
  • Gifu University
  • Osaka Prefecture University
  • Oita University
  • Kagoshima University
  • Okayama University
  • Japan Advanced Institute of Science and
    Technology
  • Polytechnic University, Sagamihara
  • Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute, Takasaki
  • National Institute for Materials Science(Sakura)
  • Hokkaido University
  • Japan Fine Ceramic Center
  • Kyoto University of Education
  • Chuo University
  • Nagoya University
  • Tohoku University
  • Kyushu University
  • Kyushu International University
  • Kitakyushu City University
  • Nagaoka University of Technology
  • Tokyo Institute of Technology
  • Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd.
  • Tokyo Denki University

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  • AIST, Shuku
  • Asahi Glass Co., Ltd.
  • Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd.
  • Nihon University
  • Tokyo Gakugei University
  • Yokohama City University
  • Akebono Brake Industry Co., Ltd.
  • The Kurashiki University of Science and the Arts
  • Yamagata University
  • Technology Research Institute of Osaka Prefecture
  • Japan Nuclear Cycle Development Institute
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology
  • Mie Prefectural Science and Technology Promotion
    Center
  • Fukui University
  • Shizuoka University
  • Mitsui Kinzoku
  • Tokyo Metropolitan University
  • Himeji Institute of Technology
  • Toyohashi University of Technology
  • Shimane University
  • Doshisha University
  • Aoyama-Gakuin University
  • Kobe University
  • Konan University
  • Tokyo University of Science, Suwa

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  • National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science
    and Technology (AIST), Nagoya
  • Kure National College of Technology
  • Ariake Technical High School
  • Hachinohe Technical High School
  • Ishihara Sangyo Kaisha Limited
  • Kochi University of Technology
  • Ritsumeikan University
  • Kanagawa University
  • Kyushu Institute of Technology
  • Meisei University
  • JEF STEEL Corporation
  • Daido Steel Co., Ltd.
  • Toto Limited
  • National Center for University Entrance
    Examinations
  • Kurume National College of Technology
  • Kumamoto University
  • Toyoda Gosei Co.,Ltd.
  • Shin-Etsu Handotai Co.,Ltd.
  • Miyagi National College of Technology
  • Ehime University
  • Hiroshima University
  • Kobe Pharmaceutical University
  • Chiba University

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  • Okayama University of Science
  • AIST, Research Institute of Instrumentation
    Frontier
  • Institute of Space and Astronautical Science,
    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
  • Osaka Women's University
  • Toyama University
  • Rohm Co., Ltd.
  • Central Research Institute of Electric Power
    Industry
  • NTN Corporation
  • Toyo University
  • Kansai University
  • Tennoji High School, Osaka Kyoiku University
  • Fujitsu Hitachi Plasma Display Limited
  • Stanley Electric Co., Ltd.
  • SUMCO Corporation
  • Sumitomo Metals Industries, Ltd.
  • Seiko Epson Corporation
  • Kobe Steel Limited
  • Nagoya Institute of Technology
  • Tokuyama College of Technology
  • Kyoto Sangyo University
  • Tokyo University of Technology
  • Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute

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  • Japan Atomic Energy Agency
  • NICHIA Corporation
  • AIST Chubu, Gyomu
  • Kwansei Gakuin University
  • Meiji University
  • Konica Minolta Medical Graphic, Inc.
  • Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
  • Asahi Kasei Chemicals Corp.
  • Matsushita Battery Industrial Co., Ltd.
  • Kinki University Technical College
  • Iwate University
  • Ryukoku University
  • Fukui University of Technology
  • Japan Broadcasting Corporation
  • Asahi Kasei Corporation
  • Canon Anelva Corporation
  • Toho University
  • Gunma University
  • Shibaura Institute of Technology
  • Osaka City University
  • Tokyo University of Science
  • The Wakasa Wan Energy Research Center
  • Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc.
  • Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd.
  • Foundation for Promotion of Material Science and
    Technology of Japan
  • Meijo University
  • etc.

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Europe
  • Oxford University
  • INSUBRIEN Group of Switzerland
  • Max-Planck Institute for Microstructural Physics
  • IBCP of France
  • AMD Saxony Manufacturing GmbH
  • Universita di Parma, Italy
  • University of Helsinki
  • Universidad de Valencia, Spain
  • University College Cork, Ireland
  • National Technical University of Athens, Greece
  • Rzeszow University of Technology, Poland
  • Universiteit Twente, Nederland
  • etc.

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Other Regions
  • Heli-Ocean Technology Co., Ltd. Taiwan
  • Queensland University of Technology, Australia
  • etc.
  • Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • United Arab Emirate University
  • Nanyang Technological University
  • Zhejiang University
  • Singapore-MIT Alliance
  • Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
  • National Cheng Kung University
  • National Taiwan University
  • RMIT University, Melbourne
  • The Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

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Contacts
  • Web Site
  • http//www.crystalsoftcorp.com
  • E-Mails
  • info_at_crystalsoftcorp.com
  • sales_at_crystalsoftcorp.com
  • support_at_crystalsoftcorp.com
  • Mail Address
  • PO Box 7006
  • Wattle Park, VIC 3128
  • Australia

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Distributor in Japan
  • Hulinks, Inc.
  • Minami Shinjuku Hoshino Building
  • 5-23-13 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku
  • Tokyo 151-0051, JAPAN
  • Tel (03) 5363 9038
  • Fax (03) 5363 9096
  • Email soft.sales_at_hulinks.co.jp
  • Web http//www.hulinks.co.jp
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