[mcxtrace-users] Question regarding "lambda" in cif2hkl function
emmanuel.farhi at synchrotron-soleil.fr
Sat Aug 5 22:56:39 CEST 2023
the lambda parameter defines the minimum d-spacing for the hkl planes. It should be lower than the actual wavelength you use, i.e. the lower bound of your range.
De: "Yoo, Sangjun" <sangjun.yoo at thermofisher.com>
À: "mcxtrace-users" <mcxtrace-users at mcxtrace.org>
Envoyé: Jeudi 3 Août 2023 23:57:03
Objet: [mcxtrace-users] Question regarding "lambda" in cif2hkl function
I hope this email finds you well.
I have a question regarding the lambda parameter in the cif2hkl function. According to the documentation, it refers to the incoming probe wavelength in Angs. I do wonder what it means. Is it the wavelength of the X-rays that I use in the simulation? What would be a good number for this if I am using a white radiation source?
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