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Crystal Viewer Tool

By Yuanchen Chu1, Daniel F Mejia1, James Fonseca1, Michael Povolotskyi1, Gerhard Klimeck1

1. Purdue University

Visualize different crystal lattices and planes

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Version 3.0.2 - published on 16 Jan 2015

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1661 I am trying to simulate ‘silicon’ crystal using ‘create your own crystal’ option. But I am getting an error that says ‘
Asked by Mohammad Zunaidur Rashid Open 0
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1609 Tried to simulate Bucky ball and CNT, it gives an import error for both
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1105 crystal
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574 Can you customize the basis?
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472 how do i see the plane?
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357 about distance
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885 distorted Miller plane views?
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867 I can’t see any images.
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346 how do we see other crystal orientations for instance for silicon, (557),?
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310 open surface problem
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308 I would like to see a Hexagonal closed packed crystal but where is that? Do you have it?
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228 In addition to the unit cells, can you also show larger chunks of the crystal
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226 Bravais lattice viewer shows very small atoms and very long bonds.
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225 Orthorhombic and Tetragonal unit cells are not properly displayed.
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105 Si and GaAs structure appear to be on different scales or different origins.
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104 graphene unit cell representation shows very small atoms
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