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[ccp4bb]: diffuse scattering


It is not trivial, but see XCADS software or
email Jim Clarage (clarage@rice.edu).


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From: "Tommi Kajander" <tkajande@Operoni.helsinki.fi>
Subject: [ccp4bb]: software for diffuse scattering?
To: CCP4BB@dl.ac.uk

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Would anyone happen to know any software publicly
available for some kind of extarction/processing of diffuse
scattering data? (eg. in order to search for correlation with

Also I was wondering whether it would be worth  trying
to use cryocooled crystals for measuring/extracting useful
diffuse scatterig data information. Thermal motion obviously
does not exist, but there still should be certain disorder (perhaps
equivalet ot thermal motion?) present in the lattice, right? There's
certainly nothing about using cryocooled samples in the
literature. Which is not very surprising.. Am i completely lost with
this?? Any comments would be very welcome.

Thank you very much,

Prof. George N. Phillips, Jr.  Dept. Biochemistry & Cell Biology
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