kuldeepmahiya wrote:Hi all,
I tried with ADDSYM-SHX to overcome this problem but the new space group was P21/c and not C2/c.
kuldeepmahiya wrote:Then I thought it was probably a twin of equal contribution from P21/n and C2/c. Is it ok, Am I right Sir?
kuldeepmahiya wrote: ...Then I went one step back, I re-reduce the raw data using CrysAlisPro system into C2/c space group. The were two likely niggli cells (P21/n and C2/c). I choose C2/c space group and interestingly it work and the size of .HKL file is reduced to exactly half of the original file.
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