International
Tables for Crystallography Volume B Reciprocal space Edited by U. Shmueli © International Union of Crystallography 2010 
International Tables for Crystallography (2010). Vol. B, ch. 3.4, p. 455

Let us consider the case where the unit cell contains Z molecules which are related by Z symmetry operations, and it is desired to include only intermolecular distances in the summation. In the direct sum (1) the indices j and k will then run only over the asymmetric unit, and all terms with are eliminated. The calculated energy refers then to one molecule (or mole) rather than to one unit cell. The correction term (2) also refers to one molecule according to the range of j and k. Since the reciprocallattice sum refers to the entire unit cell, terms (3) and (4) need to be divided by Z to refer the energy to one molecule.
Both the direct and reciprocal sums must be corrected for the elimination of intramolecular terms. Using the convergence function , we haveAs mentioned above, the second summation term, which is the intramolecular term in direct space, is simply left out of the calculation. When using the acceleratedconvergence method the third and fourth summation terms are always obtained, evaluated in reciprocal space. The undesired inclusion of the intramolecular term (fourth term above) in the reciprocalspace sum may be compensated for by explicit subtraction of this term from the sum.