SHELX is a set of programs for the determination of small (SM) and macromolecular (MM) crystal structures by single crystal X-ray and neutron diffraction. These stand-alone executables require NO libraries, extra files or environment variables. They are compatible with all modern versions of Linux, Windows and MacOSX, and are free for academic use. For-profit users are expected to pay a licence fee that covers development and support for all users.
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- Elser, Veit; Lan, Ti-Yen; Bendory, Tamir: Benchmark problems for phase retrieval (2018)
- Bourhis, Luc J.; Dolomanov, Oleg V.; Gildea, Richard J.; Howard, Judith A. K.; Puschmann, Horst: The anatomy of a comprehensive constrained, restrained refinement program for the modern computing environment -- \textitOlex2 dissected (2015)
- Platunov, Michael S.; Ivanova, Natalya B.; Kazak, Natalya V.; Bezmaternykh, Leonard N.; Vasiliev, Alexander D.; Eremin, Evgeny V.; Ovchinnikov, Sergey G.: Crystal structure and magnetism of (\textCo_2-x\textNi_x\textB_2\textO_5) pyroborate (2011)
- Schwarzenbach, Dieter; Kostorz, Gernot; Mcmahon, Brian; Strickland, Peter: SHELX makes an impact (2010)
- Sheldrick, George M.: A short history of \textitSHELX (2008)
- Vaia, Anastasia; Sahinidis, Nikolaos V.: Polynomial-time algorithms for the integer minimal principle for centrosymmetric structures (2005)