International
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Volume C
Mathematical, physical and chemical tables
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International Tables for Crystallography (2006). Vol. C, ch. 8.7, p. 714

Table 8.7.3.1 

P. Coppens,a Z. Sub and P. J. Beckerc

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Definition of difference density functions

[\Delta \rho = {2 \over V} \left\{\sum\limits_0^{1/2} (A_1 - A_2)\cos2\pi{\bf h} \cdot {\bf r} + \sum\limits_0^{1/2} (B_1 -B_2)\sin 2\pi {\bf h} \cdot {\bf r} \right\}] with F = A + iB.

(a) Residual map A1, B1 from observations calculated with model phases.
A2, B2 from refinement model.
(b) X − X deformation map A1, B1 from observation, with model phases.
A2, B2 from high-order refinement, free-atom model, or other reference state.
(c) X − N deformation map [as (b) but] A2, B2 calculated with neutron parameters.
(d) X − (X + N) deformation map [as (b) but] A2, B2 calculated with parameters from joint refinement of X-ray neutron data.
(e) X − X, X − N, X − (X + N) valence map As (b), (c), (d) with A1, B1 calculated with core-electron contribution only.
(f) Dynamic model map A1, B1 from model.
A2, B2 with parameters from model refinement and free-atom functions.
(g) Static model map ρmodel − ρfree atom, where ρmodel is sum of static model density functions.