[xcrysden] coordinates of asymmetric unit

Mahmoud Payami mpayami at aeoi.org.ir
Wed Nov 24 10:11:19 CET 2010

Dear Tone,

Thank you very much for your reply.
I just had not read the content of the xsf file generated by XC, and 
Sebastijan suggested it.


> What do you mead precisely?
> The "translational asymmetric unit" terms refers to the atoms within the
> unit-cell, provided you display only a single unit-cell. So whatever
> file you loaded the coordinates are stored therein.
> However if you multiply the cells, and you would like the coordinates of
> the displayed structure in "translational asymmetric unit" mode, which
> can be used to construct the supercell, then follow the info that
> Sebastijan provided a few days ago.
> Regards, Tone
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