Simulate certain X-ray and neutron powder diffraction experiments, then analyze the results with this intuitive and powerful application.
- Version :6.7.0
- License :Demo
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :CrystalMaker Software Limited
Mineralogy is a scientific branch of geology that is specialized in the scientific study of crystal structure, chemical and physical properties of minerals.
The most common tests performed are X-ray crystallography and neutron powder diffraction, since they provide you with precise information about a mineral’s qualities. In order to analyze them, you need a powerful and reliable software application that can run simulations on your result data, in order to accurately determine the chemical and physical properties of a mineral or crystal.
CrystalDiffract helps you do just that. The program allows you to import various X-ray and neutron powder diffraction test results, then analyze them or perform simulations on the saved data samples.
Powerful analysis tool
The application helps you analyze X-ray or neutron powder diffraction patterns, in order to accurately determine the chemical and physical properties of a sampled mineral. Furthermore, you can simulate certain phase transformations by on-the-fly editing any current properties.
You can use the program to import multiple experimental datasets, then compare them with your simulated data, in order to find out certain particularities of each crystal or mineral.
In addition, you can easily monitor each simulation, as the application offers you extensive control over several aspects of your experiment, such as wavelength, peak shapes, zero correction and strain broadening.
CrystalDiffract offers you the possibility to customize the display of imported or simulated data patterns, so that you can have a clearer view of your analysis.
Besides, you can process your observed data, by applying offsets and relative intensity scaling or by removing any background noises, thus smoothing data.
A complex dataset analysis application
CrystalDiffract helps you analyze and run various simulations on sampled mineral data, in order to determine all its chemical, physical, optical and structural properties.