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MagicPlot Student
Author: Magicplot Systems Language: os:
MagicPlot is a handy application for scientific and engineering data analysis, graphing, nonlinear curve fitting and multi-peak fitting.
ChemDigiT
Author: Rodomontano Language: os:
ChemDigiT e\' un programma per calcoli chimici. Nessuna approssimazione nel calcolo. Tutte le variabili sono calcolate in modo esatto. L\'algoritmo usato per i calcoli si basa su di un insieme di equazioni che descrivono in modo completo gli equilibri di dissociazione e vengono risolte usando il metodo di Newton-Raphson.
Zotero
Author: Center for History and New Media at George Mason Language: os:
Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use Firefox extension to help you collect, manage, and cite your research sources. It lives right where you do your work—in the web browser itself.
SaX: Self energies And eXcitations
Author: Layla Martin Samons, Giovanni Bussi, Andrea Language: os:
SaX is an open-source package for the calculation of electronic and optical properties.
EXC code
Author: Francesco Sottile Language: os:
EXC[1] is a condensed matter physics many-body theory software package implementing the Bethe-Salpeter equation in frequency-reciprocal space and on a plane wave basis set. Its purpose is to calculate, ab initio, dielectric and optical properties, like absorption, reflectivity, refraction index, electron and X-ray energy loss, for a large variety of systems, ranging from bulk systems, surfaces, to clusters or atoms. It is distributed under the GNU/GPL license.


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