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    Dave
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    Fe-IIa: I think there a four fold rotation axis (rotate around the z-axis(arrow on the picture)) and two two fold rotation axes(y and x axis). If we would take the arrow as the z-axis in the PAS, eta would be zero.

    Fe-IIb: For me, the situation here seems to be exactly the same.

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    Dave
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    Fe-I: three four fold rotation axes ( the lines connecting to the neigbouring Fe I atoms are rotation axes. This means that the EFG tensor is zero.

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