The electron density of a-Oxalic acid dihydrate at 100 K by X-ray diffraction: a contribution to the IUCr Commission on Charge, Spin and Momentum Densities project on the accurate determination of electron densities

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Dam, J. and Harkema, S. and Feil, D. (1983) The electron density of a-Oxalic acid dihydrate at 100 K by X-ray diffraction: a contribution to the IUCr Commission on Charge, Spin and Momentum Densities project on the accurate determination of electron densities. Acta Crystallographica Section B: Structural Science, 39 (6). pp. 760-768. ISSN 0108-7681

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Abstract:The results of the determination of the electron density of u-oxalic acid dihydrate at 100 K by means of X-ray diffraction are reported as part of the project on the accurate determination of electron densities which was
initiated by the International Union of Crystallography. An extensive data set, consisting of all reflexions in the whole reciprocal sphere up to sin 0/2 =1.3 ,/~-l, was measured. Most of the structural parameters and experimental deformation densities compare well with the findings of an earlier published study [Stevens & Coppens (1980). Acta Cryst. B36, 1864-1876]; thermal parameters, however, differ significantly. Application of a correction for thermal diffuse scattering increased the vibrational parameters by 12%. The
polarization of the water O lone-pair density, found by Stevens & Coppens (1980), is firmly confirmed by this study.
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1107/S0108768183003377
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