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Pearson's Crystal Data: References

Pearson's Crystal Data is a collaboration among:
Material Phases Data System (MPDS), Vitznau, Switzerland, Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST), Tokyo, Japan (part of binaries), and ASM International, Materials Park, Ohio, USA.

Pearson's Crystal Data originate from the well-known PAULING FILE project.

The Pearson's Crystal Data software has been written by:
Crystal Impact, Bonn, Germany, http://www.crystalimpact.com. Authors: Dr. Klaus Brandenburg, Dr. Holger Putz.

Copyright 2020:
Pearson's Crystal Data data part is copyrighted by Material Phases Data System (MPDS), Switzerland & National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan, 2020. All Rights Reserved. Version 2020.06.
Pearson's Crystal Data DVD software is jointly produced and copyrighted by Crystal Impact (Bonn, Germany), ASM International (Materials Park, Ohio, USA), and Material Phases Data System (MPDS; Vitznau, Switzerland), Copyright 2020. All Rights Reserved.
Pearson's Crystal Data, Release 2020/21 is published by ASM International, Materials Park, OH 44073-0022 USA. Copyright ASM International 2020. All rights reserved.

Citation of Pearson's Crystal Data:

P. Villars, K. Cenzual, Pearson's Crystal Data: Crystal Structure Database for Inorganic Compounds (on DVD), Release 2020/21, ASM International®, Materials Park, Ohio, USA


Who is using Pearson's Crystal Data

Pearson's Crystal Data is used in about 500 institutions in 36 countries all around the world as a reliable source for inorganic crystal structure data, both in the academic as well as in the industrial area.