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Similar to Journal of the Matter Modeling Stack Exchange, we have had some great pictures posted on this site. Here's an appreciation thread for all the beautiful pictures!

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This is a community Wiki answer, so please feel free to add more pictures by editing this answer. The ordering is based on the year that the image was added.


ChengCheng Xiao (2023)

Can you calculate fat ("projected") phonon dispersion bands with Quantum Espresso?

Fat Phonon Bands


Vandan Revanur (2023)

Pymol_electrostatic_interactions

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Abd-Elazeem Mohamed (2022)

Parameterising a Lennard-Jones interaction: Which atoms should I scan to build potential energy surface? enter image description here


Newbite Quantum Chemist (2022)

CrysX

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Mykd (2022)

What are some recent significant developments/studies in theoretical nonlinear chemical dynamics?
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Sak (2022)

MultiWfn enter image description here


Xing (2021)

Beautiful Atoms enter image description here


Hebo (2021)

Pymol enter image description here


Alessio Valentini (2021)

Blender

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Water Molecule (2021)

VMD

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Hebo (2021)

UnityMol enter image description here


High Performance Rangsiman (2021)

Molview enter image description here


Littleworth (2021)

Pymol Lysine enter image description here


Cody Aldaz (2021)

Adobe Dimension

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Stephane Redon (2021)

Samson

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Leopold (2021)

iRaspa enter image description here


Tristan Maxson (2021)

Multiwfn

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Camps (2020)

Mercury enter image description here


Marcin (2020)

AtomEye

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German Barcenas (2022) Units of SASA generated from GROMACS gmx_sasa?

Molecules analyzed by gmx SASA

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