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The objective of this project is development of free open-source software for users of high-pressure synchrotron beamlines to enable convenient and fast processing of single crystal x-ray diffraction images collected with area detector such as Charge Coupled Device (CCD) or Image Plate from samples enclosed in Diamond Anvil Cell. The emphasis is placed on flexibility to work with data collected in different modes; monochromaric, polychromatic and energy-scan. This project was lauched in 2007 with the aid of research grant from the National Science Fundation Division of Materials Research Major Research Instrumentation program. 

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  • Ppv structure determined from multigrain single crystal experiment In situ high-pressure single-crystal technique was used to determine the structure of (Mg,Fe)SiO3 postperovskite (ppv) at high P and after temperature quenching in a diamond anvil ...
    Posted Apr 10, 2013, 3:29 PM by Przemyslaw Dera
  • High-pressure diopside with 6-coordinated silicon Above 50 GPa at ambient temperature diopside transforms to a previously unknown post-clinopyroxene phase, b-diopside,with half of the tetrahedral IVSi4+ layers converted to octahedral VISi4+coordination. This ...
    Posted Apr 10, 2013, 3:23 PM by Przemyslaw Dera
  • New high-pressure phase of orthoenstatite Single-crystal X-ray structure refinements have been carried out on natural Fe-bearing orthoenstatite (OEN) at pressures up to 14.53 GPa. We report a new high-pressure phase ...
    Posted Jun 27, 2012, 9:32 PM by Przemyslaw Dera
  • New RSV binary available New RSV binary has been uploaded. The changes include few minor bug fixes. One of the main new capabilities is a plugin to cell_new, a progrm developed by Bruker ...
    Posted Nov 2, 2011, 1:07 PM by Przemyslaw Dera
  • Discovery of new iron oxide Phases of the iron–oxygen binary system are significant to most scientific disciplines, directly affecting planetary evolution, life, and technology. Iron oxides have unique electronic properties and strongly interact with ...
    Posted Oct 4, 2011, 6:28 AM by Przemyslaw Dera
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