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GULP Scientific References - pre 2000

  1. Julian D. Gale,
    Empirical potential derivation for ionic materials,
    Phil. Mag. B 73 (1996) 3–19
  2. Julian D. Gale,
    GULP - a computer program for the symmetry adapted simulation of solids,
    J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 93 (1997) 629–637 ( abstract )
  3. C. Meis and J. D. Gale,
    Computational study of tetravalent uranium and plutonium lattice diffusion in zircon,
    Materials Science and Engineering B 57 (1998) 52–61 ( abstract )
  4. J A Chisholm, D W Lewis and P D Bristowe,
    Classical simulations of the properties of group-III nitrides,
    J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 11 (1999) L235–L239 ( abstract )

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