I have three quick questions:
I am interested in one of the structures of AgInS2 (space group Pna21). I have used the “substitute one species for another” function to swap S for Se in the structure to make a AgInSe2 analog with the space group of Pna21. I would like to download a .CIF of this structure, but when I select “download file” nothing happens. Is it not possible to download .CIF files of structures that have been altered in the Crystal Toolkit?
Experimentally, AgInSe2 has been found to crystallize in the Pna21 space group on the nanoscale. To generate a simulated diffraction pattern of this phase, I have been using a AgInS2 Pna21 .CIF file that I manually edited to swap S for Se. I also adjusted the lattice parameters to match those that were experimentally reported for this phase of AgInSe2. Do I need to make any more edits to this .CIF file before I submit it to the MP database via the Crystal Toolkit for computational analyses?
How long does it usually take for new phases to be added to the MP database such that they are available to users?