Updated: Oct 1, 2021
OctaDist (Octahedral Distortion calculator) is an inorganic chemistry and crystallography program for computing the distortion parameters, such as distance and angle distortions, in coordination complexes. The program was lauched by the member of Functional Materials and Nanotechnology CoE (FuNTech), Assoc. Prof. Dr. David Harding and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Phimphaka Harding and their collaborators, Mr. Rangsiman Ketkaew, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yuthana Tantirungrotechai (Thammasat University), Dr. Guillaume Chastanet, Prof. Philippe Guionneau and Prof. Mathieu Marchivie (ICMCB).
Full down load for the program at OctaDist | A tool for calculating distortion parameters in coordination complexes.
For the details on the program read our publication at OctaDist: a tool for calculating distortion parameters in spin crossover and coordination complexes - Dalton Transactions (RSC Publishing)