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Dear Qixu Cai,
MAD phasing is based on the comparison of Bijvoet-pairs, i.e. I(hkl)
with I(-h-k-l), both within one data set and between data sets.
Therefore you might get better results if your integration program does
not assume Friedel-pairs to have identical intensities, even though
the difference is probably only marginal (integration programs do not
So it is safest click on 'anomalous' for all data sets involved .
On 05/29/12 11:11, Qixu Cai wrote:
> Dear all,
> Sorry for the question from MAD beginner.
> When we process the MAD datasets, including the peak-data,
> edge-data and remote-data, which datasets need to be process with
> I know peak-data obviously need data processing with anomalous, but
> what about edge-data and remote-data when we want to use MAD
> Thank you very much!
> Best wishes,
> Qixu Cai
Dr Tim Gruene
Institut fuer anorganische Chemie
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