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Pearson's Crystal Data Features: Radii/volumes diagram

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The "radii/volumes diagram" provides a special overview of the entries in the current answer set by graphically displaying specific cell volume/atomic radii correlations. This kind of view is generally appropriate to find groups within entries that all belong to the same prototype as well as extraordinary entries with regard to this prototype.
The screen shot shows both diagram and table for entry prototype "CsDy[MoO4]2,mP24,13" with the mean radius (atomic size) on the x-axis and the unit cell diagonal on the y-axis, both in nanometers:

Radii vs. atomic sizes diagram. Click to enlarge.

Another diagram feature is the unit cell volume vs. mean atomic volume plot. Different sets of radii (for calculation of mean atomic radii or volumes) can be accessed and edited.

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