CrystalMaker is a powerful application for analyzing molecular and crystal structures. Chemists and chemists can observe and analyze the molecular structure of various materials and compounds in an intuitive, fully interactive, interactive way. This visual representation is in 3D with some interesting animations that will make these structures better understood. The generated animations can also be saved as quality video files to students, students or enthusiasts.
The program is easy to use, and in an attractive graphical environment you can only analyze and analyze different chemical structures using a mouse. Using this software in addition to research purposes will make students more interested and educated. If you are a lecturer in chemistry in the classroom you can use this software to teach molecular structures in three-dimensional, animated and different colors while teaching. This will certainly make the lesson better understood.
The data required for this program can be obtained from several reputable data sources including protein structure databases, CIF, GSAS, SHELX and so on. The images produced by this program are high resolution and can be easily printed on different sizes of paper. With the help of the SingleCrystal tool, you can create a variety of stereographic images and symmetrical elements and compare them with other structures. These images are interactive and have a great visual appeal. CrystalDiffract also lets you see neutron and X-ray refraction on your screen. This information is of great use for the analysis and characterization of elements and their behavior in molecular chemical structures.
Windows XP (Service Pack 3 or later)
CrystalMaker for Windows is currently a 32-bit application, but it is designed to run on 64-bit systems.
PC running Windows XP SP2 or later.
100 MB disk space.
1 GB RAM.
(No special video card required.)
File password (s): www.downloadly.ir