[phenixbb] scattering factors

Jacob Keller j-keller2 at fsm.northwestern.edu
Mon Jun 20 19:07:33 PDT 2011

> Can anomalous (f') and dispersive (f") contributions be ignored?

I know this was not at all your point, but are these the right terms?
I thought both f' and f" were called anomalous--or better,
resonant--contributions, whereas dispersive contributions are due to
different amounts of resonant scattering at different wavelengths, say
"peak versus inflection."


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