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Inorganic crystal structure data to be presented in a form more useful for further studies

Published inJiegou huaxue, vol. 23, no. 10, p. 1150-1160
Publication date2004
Abstract

To make inorganic structure data more useful for further studies a five-point list of simple procedures to be followed by authors of crystal structure papers is proposed. 1. A crystal structure should be described with the space group corresponding to its true symmetry. 2. A new structure proposal should be tested, if it is realistic in principle. 3. A structure should be described with a space group in a setting given in the International Tables. 4. For a comparison with other structures the structure data should be standardized with the program STRUCTURE TIDY. 5. "New" structure data should be checked in the databases, Chemical Abstracts or on-line internet resources, if they are really new. The list is supplemented with many explanations, commentaries, examples and references.

Keywords
  • Inorganic crystal structures
  • Standardization of structure data
  • Comparative crystal structure studies
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SHENG-ZHI, Hu, PARTHE, Erwin. Inorganic crystal structure data to be presented in a form more useful for further studies. In: Jiegou huaxue, 2004, vol. 23, n° 10, p. 1150–1160.
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