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crystal structures and Mathematica

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: crystal structures and Mathematica
  • From: mclean at mnbsun.phy.queensu.ca (Alastar McLean (rm 377))
  • Date: Tue, 11 Feb 92 08:29:10 EST

I have made some models of zinc blende (110) surfaces using Mathematica
to illustrate surface bonding. It is very time consuming but the results
are worth it. It is especially nice to be able to rotate the model and
view ot from different orientations to be able to see the symmetry of the
surface planes etc. 

Alastair McLean
mclean at mnbsun.Phy.Queensu.CA





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