[phenixbb] K(sol) and B(sol)

Paul Adams PDAdams at lbl.gov
Tue Jan 19 19:04:07 PST 2010

The Bsol parameter will be influenced by model completeness (the B- 
factor of the solvent will tend to account for missing scattering in  
the atomic model).

Given that your R-values are somewhat higher than usual it is possible  
that you need to complete the model further (adding ordered waters  
that have B-factors higher than 25 for example).

On Jan 19, 2010, at 6:13 PM, J. Fleming wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm working on a structure but am having problems with K(sol) and  
> B(sol).  What are they and how do I get them into range?  I thought  
> they might have something to do with my waters but I have no water B- 
> factors <25.  Thanks for any help!
> -Jon
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