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EPC-L: Re: Inorganic Chemistry

>From the ministry of silly questions - is there a "generic"
article that has been (could be) written stating some of
the benefits of CIF, the tools that can be used (Platon comes
to mind) and some examples of detecting major to minor problems
in structures (e.g., missing symmetry detected with Addsym,
inter molecular contacts too short, etc).  Then submitting
this article to relevant journals?


At 13:45 16/04/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>> Pour info
>> K.
>  The document is available at
>     ftp://ftp.unige.ch/pub/soft/crystal/epc/Eisenberg_InorgChem2002.pdf
>  Kiki just got me to correct a letter for him to the editor of
>Inorganica Chemica Acta (Elsevier). Put politely it says no more
>refereeing your rotten papers until the CIFs come with it.
>  He just reminded me that he also had a face off with JACS. I can not
>recall the details.
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