[phenixbb] f_prime and f_double_prime in MIRAS/SIRAS

Tom Terwilliger terwilliger at lanl.gov
Wed Jan 14 07:33:33 PST 2009

Hi Leo,

I'm sorry, in your version of autosol the f' and f" values for MIRAS/ 
SIRAS are always taken from tables at a wavelength of 1.54A.  Our  
development version has a much more flexible input for MIR data that  
allows setting wavelength and scattering factors; I hope that this  
will be available soon.

All the best,
Tom T

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On Jan 14, 2009, at 6:03 AM, Leo Sazanov wrote:

> Hi, how can one enter f_prime and f_double_prime values for SIRAS/ 
> experiments in phenix.autosol?
> Could not find any examples of that in manual, only for MAD.
> Just putting them in as f_prime=... and f_double_prime=... does not
> work, it then assumes MAD experiment.
> Thanks!
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