GAMGI 0.13
Image showing a niobium germanosilicate glass, GeO2-SiO2-Nb2O5-K2O Structure of a niobium germanosilicate glass, in the GeO2-SiO2-Nb2O5-K2O system. Each Nb5+ is surrounded by six bridging O2- plus a K+, while each Ge4+, Si4+ is surrounded by four bridging O2- (to get the correct stechiometry, the next Nb5+ octahedra and K+ must be considered). L. Santos et all, NCM 10 - 10th International Conference on the Structure of Non-Crystalline Materials, 18-22 Sept. 2006, Praha, Czech Republic. Enlightenment on Fedora 8. Size: 60,895 bytes.

Image showing ranges of crystallographic planes and directions Arbitrary ranges of crystallographic planes and directions can now be obtained in Gamgi, as exemplified here for a hP lattice (5x5x2 prisma cells, showing (001) planes with order from 3 to 9) and an oF lattice (10x10x10 Wigner-Seitz cells, showing all [100] directions that fit between planes (020) with orders 3 to 9, and planes (002) with orders 6 to 9). Enlightenment on Fedora 8. Size: 55,181 bytes.

Image showing On the right, chalcopyrite, CuFeS2, with four copper, four iron and eight sulfur atoms in the cell. The space group is 82 with a=5.289 A and c=10.423 A. Wyckoff positions: Cu (0,0,0) and (0, 0.5, 0.25), S (0.2575, 0.25, 0.125), Fe (0, 0, 0.5) and (0, 0.5, 0.75). This cooper mineral is antiferromagnetic at room temperature, so the first (violet) and second iron types (red) have opposite spins. Plane (110) has been detached from cell to show the diagonal arrangement. On the left, a barbiturate, a class of drugs used to treat sleep disorders, with an atomic plane detached from the molecule to clarify the ring arrangement. Planes and directions can be created with varying degrees of autonomy, to help build and analyse atomic structures. Gnome on Ubuntu 7.10. Size: 43,653 bytes.

Image showing Glycine, NH2CH2COOH, the smallest proteine aminoacid Glycine, NH2CH2COOH, the smallest of the 20 aminoacids commonly found in proteines, starting with the G letter, is the new Gamgi graphic symbol. When rendered in solid style, Glycine is well suited to produce square, small but distinguished icons. This screenshot shows the original image rendered in Gamgi and one of the Tango! icons created by Jakub, in the Gnome panel below (Fedora 8). Size: 80,779 bytes.

Image showing Atom dialogs, including the Periodic Table of the Elements The new notebook-style for Atom->Create dialog, with the Periodic Table of the Elements, showing its default color scheme, mainly adopted from Gabedit, with a few alterations coming from InsightII. KDE on Fedora 8. Size: 57,375 bytes.

Screenshots for older releases can be found here.