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|Manuscript Title: MORANG: a computer program designed to aid in the determinations of crystal morphology.|
|Authors: R. Docherty, K.J. Roberts, E. Dowty|
|Program title: MORANG|
|Catalogue identifier: ABFA_v1_0|
Distribution format: gz
|Journal reference: Comput. Phys. Commun. 51(1988)423|
|Programming language: Fortran.|
|Computer: VAX 11/782, IBM-AT.|
|Operating system: VAX/VMS, MS-DOS.|
|Keywords: Crystallography, Morphology, Interplanar spacing, Interplanar angles, Interfacial angles, Morphological importance.|
Nature of problem:
It is often necessary to compare measured interfacial angles with calculated interplanar angles in order to determine the morphology of a crystal.
MORANG consists of three main routines; MAID, MORPH2 and ANGLE. ANGLE calculates the angles between crystal planes and directions, MORPH2 identifies the planes likely to dominate the crystal habit and M AID is the interactive interface between the two routines. The program allows ANGLE and MORPH2 to be run individually.
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