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Figure 1
The challenge of resolution and interoperable usage in respective disciplines. The question is which is more correct when utilizing cross-discipline scientific fields? Is a chemically correct representation (a) indicating the small molecule 3D structure which is known from the literature, alternative supporting information and significant kinetic understanding of the reaction mechanisms (Roodt et al., 2011BB46) the more accurate representation? Or is a protein crystallographic representation (b) more correct, only displaying atoms with resolvable electron density, but which is not illustrative of the full chemical structure because of the lower resolution obtained in MX? Reproduced from Brink & Helliwell (2017BB7).

Volume 6| Part 5| September 2019| Pages 788-793
ISSN: 2052-2525