CrystalExplorer is a versatile and powerful tool for the analysis of crystal structures.
It can be used to investigate many areas of solid-state chemistry including:
- Intermolecular interactions
- Effects of pressure and temperature on crystal structures
- Single-crystal to Single-crystal reactions
- Analyzing crystal voids
- Structure-property relationships
See the list of publications to find out how the CrystalExplorer community uses it.
- Our Quick Start Guide CE17 will get you up and running with CrystalExplorer17.
- Find out what's new in CrystalExplorer17.
- Got a question about CrystalExplorer? See our FAQ and the known issues page.
- For more details, including some of the theory, see our Online User's Manual.
- Information relating to previous versions of CrystalExplorer can be found in the Archives.
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