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We recently re-collected a higher resolution data set on a crystal
The new cell is 111 88 110 beta = 98 vs
110 88 145 beta 131.5 for the old cell
Both cells are P21
The cells have appoximately the same volume. I have seen this type of
choice of cell during indexing before and suspect both cells are the same.
However, straight scaling of the data to each other goes haywire, so does
transposing hkl to lkh.
Anyone know how to do this. I don't fancy going back to tape and trying
to force processing in the 'old' cell.
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