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Crunch is a system of Fortran programs and Unix shell-scripts. The aim is the automatic solution of the phase problem in single crystal X-ray diffraction. Given the measured intensities and the usual data such as contents and dimensions of the unitcell, in general Crunch will successfully determine your crystal structure for you.

Current Version:   1.0

License Type:   Free for Non-Commercial Use

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Source Code Availability:   Yes

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Targeted Platforms:

Binaries for Alpha, HP, IBM, Linux, SGI, SUN.

Software/Hardware Requirements:

Fortran Compiler to compile
Dirdif (not required anymore since version 1.0)
The installation script supports both g77 as well as f2c/cc compilations for Linux.

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