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Graphene Image Analyzer

Publisher: OneAngstrom

Updated: November 18, 2020


Latest versions

Windows: 1.0.0 on SAMSON 1.0.0

Linux: 1.0.0 on SAMSON 1.0.0

Mac: 1.0.0 on SAMSON 1.0.0

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$11.60 / mo
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Graphene Image Analyzer

Publisher: OneAngstrom

Updated: November 18, 2020


Latest versions:

- Windows: 1.0.0 on SAMSON 1.0.0

- Linux: 1.0.0 on SAMSON 1.0.0

- Mac: 1.0.0 on SAMSON 1.0.0

Build a graphene model from a TEM image

This SAMSON Element allows you to build a graphene model from a transmission electron microscopy (TEM) image of graphene.

The reconstructed model can then be used to produce images for publications, to analyze properties, and perform simulations.

Usage

  1. Click 'Open image...' to select an image file. The app automatically attempts to detect atoms positions and guess the size of the surface patch in the image.
  2. Adjust the atom radius to match the one of atoms in the image (in pixels). The app automatically updates the atoms positions and surface size.
  3. Adjust the sensitivity to find more or less atoms.
  4. Click on the image to add / remove atoms.
  5. Click 'Generate surface' to produce a structural model in the document.

Supported image file formats

Supported image file formats are bmp, gif, jpg, jpeg, png, pbm, pgm, ppm, xbm and xpm.

Graphene Image Analyzer is an extension for SAMSON,
the integrated platform for molecular design.

To use Graphene Image Analyzer:

1. Create your free account and choose a molecular design plan
2. Download and install SAMSON on your computer
3. Come back to this page to add the extension to your account


When you restart SAMSON, the extension will be automatically installed
and will be usable directly from within SAMSON.