We find that it is often helpful when working with molecular structures to have a 3D printed model. This allows the structure to be easily viewed from all angles as well as making it easier to identify symmetries of interest. We currently use a Form 1 from Formlabs to print these structures.

Here you can download SDF files for several structures of current interest to the TCQP group.



Diamond crystal with a [111] reconstructed surface. [download]


Nitrogen-vacancy centre within 2 unit cells of diamond. [download]


Josephson junction structure (Al-AlO0.5-Al) where the aluminium atoms are spheres and the oxygens are cubes. [download]


AlOx surface on crystalline aluminium, grown via exposure to atomic oxygen. [download]