[phenixbb] neutron scattering table for specific metal isotope

Leif Hanson leif.hanson at gmail.com
Wed Dec 3 14:29:34 PST 2014

Wow. I thought this would be simple, but this is nowhere near as clear as
finding the values for X-rays and electrons. Where is the
neutron_news_1992_table located in the code?
Is there anyway to redefine the scattering for specific isotopes?
And why use these values over those published by Rauch and Waschkowski in
the Neutron Data Booklet (2003), other than the horribly small print?
Leif Hanson

On Wed, Dec 3, 2014 at 4:36 PM, Maxime Cuypers <maximecuypers at gmail.com>

> Hello,
> I would like to alter the neutron scattering table for phenix.refine so
> that it takes into account the correct bcoherent value for the metal
> isotope present in my structure. the difference is significative between
> the natural occurence bcoh...
> i have been looking around in chem_data but could not find the neutron
> scattering tables.
> does anyone have any idea where to look please?
> cheerios
> --
> Dr. Maxime Cuypers
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