Current version : 3.4
DISCUS is a program written to simulate crystal structures and to calculate the corresponding Fourier transform. The main scope of the program is to simulate defect structures and thus diffuse scattering. It can, however, be equally well used for the simulation of perfect structures, of non crystalline materials and can be used as a very efficient tool in the teaching of diffraction physics. For more information about DISCUS refer to the Users Guide listed below.
Please give us credit and include the reference listed below in all papers that publish results that were full or partially obtained using the program DISCUS. Thank you.
Th. Proffen and R.B. Neder, DISCUS, a program for diffuse scattering and defect structure simulations - Update, J. Appl. Crystallogr. 32, 838 (1999).
|This software (DISCUS, PDFFIT and KUPLOT) described here is provided without warranty of any kind. No liability is taken for any loss or damages, direct or indirect, that may result through the use of these programs. No warranty is made with respect to this manual, or the programs and functions therein. There are no warranties that the programs or their documentation are free of error, or that it is consistent with any standard, or that it will meet the requirement for a particular application.|
|Last update: February 28, 2003.|