Quantum crystallography and the use of kernel projector matrices

@article{Massa1995QuantumCA,
  title={Quantum crystallography and the use of kernel projector matrices},
  author={L. Massa and L. Huang and J. Karle},
  journal={International Journal of Quantum Chemistry},
  year={1995},
  volume={56},
  pages={371-384}
}
Quantum crystallography is a developing technique for extracting quantum mechanically valid properties from X-ray diffraction experiments. Quantum mechanics and crystallography are joined through the fact that the electron distributions around atoms are the source of X-ray diffraction and electron density distributions are observables that lend themselves readily to quantum mechanical description. Direct contact with the X-ray diffraction data is made by equating the structure factor magnitudes… Expand
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