Powder X-ray Diffraction

Back by popular demand. Popular implying that someone mention PXRD to me and demand being erm well there was a post in the open house area on a PXRD related issue.
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  • Topas
    A sub area all about Topas for the Topas users out there - you know who you are. This is of course open to both the commercial and academic versions.
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    Last post Re: VDS in Topas
    by puklen
    26 Aug 2016, 09:55
  • GSAS
    You can not have a Topas area and no GSAS area, that is like tea without milk - hmm I like tea without milk, note to self think of better analogy.
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    Last post Re: multiphase refinement in …
    by Arianna
    15 Dec 2017, 18:35
  • CMPR
    You can not have Topas and GSAS areas without a CMPR area, that is like fish and chips without salt and finger - yeah now you know my level
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    Last post Chemical Database Service (CD…
    by mikecds
    06 Feb 2012, 14:25
  • FullProf
    From their website (https://www.ill.eu/sites/fullprof/) FullProf is: The FullProf Suite (for Windows and Linux) is formed by a set of crystallographic programs (FullProf, WinPLOTR, EdPCR, GFourier, etc...) mainly developed for Rietveld analysis (structure profile refinement) of neutron (constant wavelength, time of flight, nuclear and magnetic scattering) or X-ray powder diffraction data collected at constant or variable step in scattering angle 2theta.

    The different programs can be run either in stand alone form (from a console window or clicking directly in a shortcut) or from the interfaces WinPLOTR and/or EdPCR.

    The programs within the FullProf Suite are distributed in the hope that they will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY of being free of internal errors. In no event will the authors (or their institutions) be liable to you for damages, including any general, special, incidental or consequential damages arising out of the use or inability to use the programs (including but not limited to loss of data or data being rendered inaccurate or losses sustained by you or third parties or a failure of the program to operate with any other programs). The authors are not responsible for erroneous results obtained with the programs.

    Gosh this will need trimming down at some stage. Perhaps when FullProf'ians join and moderate or give us permission to use their logo? Until then post, post and be merry.
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  • Maud
    From the Maud website (http://maud.radiographema.com/): MAUD = Materials Analysis Using Diffraction - A Rietveld extended program to perform the combined analysis. It can be used to fit diffraction, fluorescence and reflectivity data using X-ray, neutron, TOF or electrons.

    We love the logo, we want to use the logo here - we want Maud people to come join, be moderators, and share in our love for x-rays, diffraction and materials.
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    Last post Re: MAUD with synchrotron
    by philip1
    18 Nov 2015, 23:53
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