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**UnwarpCalculator: a utility to estimate intensity distribution in reciprocal space for an arbitrary 3D set of atoms.** / Zakharov, Boris A.

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Zakharov, BA 2023, 'UnwarpCalculator: a utility to estimate intensity distribution in reciprocal space for an arbitrary 3D set of atoms', *Journal of Applied Crystallography*, Том. 56, № 6, стр. 1874-1878. https://doi.org/10.1107/s1600576723009317

Zakharov, B. A. (2023). UnwarpCalculator: a utility to estimate intensity distribution in reciprocal space for an arbitrary 3D set of atoms. *Journal of Applied Crystallography*, *56*(6), 1874-1878. https://doi.org/10.1107/s1600576723009317

Zakharov BA. UnwarpCalculator: a utility to estimate intensity distribution in reciprocal space for an arbitrary 3D set of atoms. Journal of Applied Crystallography. 2023 дек. 1;56(6):1874-1878. doi: 10.1107/s1600576723009317

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