This is a cloud-based platform for pair distribution function (PDF) data analysis. PDF analysis is used to study the local atomic and magnetic structure of materials being developed and used in advanced applications such as high energy density batteries, solar fuel conversion, catalysis, electronics and many other high tech applications.
This web site should help chemists, physicists, earth scientists and anyone interested in material structure analyze their PDF data and obtain scientific insights from their data. New capabilities are being added frequently so please check back.
The Billinge Group, Columbia University.
Professor, Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics
Physicist, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Assistant Professor, School of Materials Science and Engineering
Diffraction Section Head, Neutron Scattering Division
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry
University of Copenhagen
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant DMREF-1534910.
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