Table 1474a. Internet & World Wide Web (website) for electron microscopes and materials.
|Internet & World Wide Web (website)
|Software examples for EM-related simulations
||Software listed at GlobalSino (Link).
||American Mineralogist Crystal Structure Database: An interface to a crystal structure database that includes every structure published in the American Mineralogist, The Canadian Mineralogist, European Journal of Mineralogy and Physics and Chemistry of Minerals, as well as selected datasets from other journals. The database is maintained under the care of the Mineralogical Society of America and the Mineralogical Association of Canada, and financed by the National Science Foundation.
||Crystallographic and Crystallochemical Database for Minerals and their Structural Analogues
||A source for TEM information on the Web in the United States which is run by
NJ Zaluzec at Argonne National Laboratory (ANL). Has access to the Microscopy ListServer
and a Software Library.
||A listing of the Web sites of
various national and international microscopy and analysis societies and connections to university,
government, and individual microscopy-related sites.
||A great resource operated for the International Union of Crystallography by
JCH Spence at Arizona State University which provides listings of electron diffraction and microscopy-related software,
etc. The Commission on Electron Diffraction under the link of "Commissions" has a list of techniques, websites, groups and books related to electron diffraction. Crystallographic software and programs are listed under the link of "Sincris".
||Bilbao Crystallographic Server: present the full information on space groups, for instance, it includes various possible sets of Wyckoff positions for all the space groups.
||A software package for electron diffraction analysis (e.g. CBED) based on multislice simulation and HREM image simulation in materials science.
|The International Centre of Diffraction Data (ICDD) database
||A database of powder diffraction patterns with 848,000+ unique material data sets, the Powder Diffraction File (PDF), including the d-spacings (related to angle of diffraction) and relative intensities of observable diffraction peaks. Patterns may be experimentally determined, or computed based on crystal structure and Bragg's law. It is most often used to identify substances based on x-ray diffraction data, and is designed for use with a diffractometer.
||An email-based discussion forum giving members of the EM
community a centralized Internet address to which questions/comments/answers in the various fields of microscopy
or analysis can be rapidly distributed to a list of (subscribed) individuals by e-mail.
Table 1474b. Retired Websites.