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Originally posted March 12 2005 at 00:03 under Physics. 1 Comment. Trackbacks Disabled.

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This post probably isn’t of much interest to anyone not a member of the University of York Surface Physics Group, or at least who does MEIS. When doing the minor corrections for my thesis I had a need to quickly produce ball and stick diagrams of my strucural models. I developed a fairly rapid method of getting some half decent graphical representations starting from the MEIS crystal, which I’ve written up here. I’ve also updated the resources page to include the little scripts I’ve written during my PhD (I’ll add more if and when I find them).

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Woo. Nice diagram there old son. Did you get into Uni yesterday in the end?


Made by Ed on Mar 12, 2005 at 10:26

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