- Database Introduction
FIZ Karlsruhe provides the scientific and the industrial community with the world's largest database for completely identified inorganic crystal structures, ICSD, containing about 185,000 peer-reviewed data entries including their atomic coordinates dating back to 1913. The ICSD data are of excellent quality. Only data which have passed thorough quality checks are included. INFORMATION ON: -- Structural data of pure elements, minerals, metals, and intermetallic compounds； -- Structural descriptors (Pearson symbol, ANX formula, Wyckoff sequences)； -- Bibliographic data； -- Synthesis conditions。 DATA： -- 2,032 crystal structures of the elements； -- 34,587 records for binary compounds； -- 68,064 records for ternary compounds -- 66,817 records for quarternary and quintenary.
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