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Unformatted text preview: # $ K + BALSAC ( B uild and A nalyze L attices, S urfaces, A nd C lusters) (C) Copyright 1991-2010 Klaus Hermann. All Rights Reserved. Table of Contents General information Installation and setup Tutorial Detailed operations File formats Appendix Glossary About Balsac # L0000 $ Balsac Table of contents K Balsac Table of contents + balsach:0000 # $ K + General information Balsac program features The program system Balsac (Build and Analyze Lattices, Surfaces, And Clusters, (C) Copyright K. Hermann 1991-2010) allows the construction, visualization, and interactive analysis of general crystal lattices including single crystal surfaces ( Lattice sessions) and of finite clusters and molecules ( Cluster sessions). Structural graphics information can be saved on binary bitmap as well as gray scale and color PostScript files to obtain publication quality print output. Further, numerical structure output may be stored on ASCII-type data files using a variety of different formats. Balsac versions exist for Unix/Linux based workstations and mainframes using X.11 Windows for graphics output and for MS Windows based personal computers using MS Windows color graphics. The Linux version of Balsac can also be compiled and run on Macintosh PC’s with OS X or later. The Balsac program system is copyright protected and may be obtained from Garching Innovation GmbH, Mrs. M. Pasecky, Marstallstr. 8, D-80539 Munich (Germany) Tel.: [+49] 89 2909190 Fax.: [+49] 89 29091999 e-mail: [email protected] web: http://garching-innovation.de The latest version of the Balsac manual (Version 2 at present) is also accessible electronically on the Web at http://www.fhi-berlin.mpg.de/th/balsac/balsac.html Example pictures of Balsac applications can be found in the Balsac picture gallery on the Web at http://www.fhi-berlin.mpg.de/th/personal/hermann/pictures.html A batch application of Balsac, called "SURFACE EXPLORER", can be found on the Web at http://www.fhi-berlin.mpg.de/grz/pub/surfexp/SXinput.html To comply with copyright laws and as a matter of fairness/politeness to the author any publication which includes Balsac output in printed form should also include a reference similar to "Fig. xx was produced with the help of Balsac (Version 3, (C) Copyright K. Hermann, Fritz-Haber-Institut, Berlin (Germany) 1991-2010)." in the text or reference section. Further, oral or poster presentations using Balsac print output must include the "Balsac plot" logo at the bottom right of the plot unless the logo disturbs the visual impression. For technical questions on Balsac please contact the author Prof. Dr. Klaus Hermann Abt. Theorie, Fritz-Haber-Institut Faradayweg 4-6 D-14195 Berlin (Germany) Tel.: [+49] 30 8413 4812 Fax: [+49] 30 8413 5914 # L0100 $ General information K General information + balsach:0000 e-mail: [email protected] Note that in this manual clicking on the left and right mouse buttons will be called L-clicking and R-clicking , respectively. D-clicking means double-L-clicking (L-clicking twice in quick succession). means double-L-clicking (L-clicking twice in quick succession)....
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