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Figure 3
Analysis of difference Fourier maps allows the iterative improvement of RIP substructures. As in Fig. 2[link], a reference substructure is first computed. However, in this case the presence of negative sites (which come from atoms moving to new positions) is indicated by triangles. At each round of substructure improvement by difference Fourier analysis (indicated in the dark grey bar on the right), minor positive sites, which come from weakly damaged sites (circles) as well as negative sites (triangles), are identified (purple). The size of the shapes are scaled to their relative occupancies.

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ISSN: 2059-7983
Volume 72| Part 3| March 2016| Pages 395-402
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