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Free Volume Toolkit

By Frank T Willmore

University of Texas at Austin

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A set of Linux/Unix based utilities for the characterization of materials in terms of free volume.


The tools are the product of several years of graduate and postdoctoral study.

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  • Frank T Willmore (2012), "Free Volume Toolkit,"

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