International
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International Tables for Crystallography (2006). Vol. C. ch. 6.4, p. 611

Section 6.4.10.1. The correlated block model

T. M. Sabinea

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6.4.10.1. The correlated block model

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For this model of the real crystal, the variable x is given by equation (6.4.8.6)[link], with [\ell] and g the refinable variables. Extinction factors are then calculated from equations (6.4.5.3)[link], (6.4.5.4)[link], and (6.4.5.5)[link]. For a reflection at a scattering angle of [2\theta] from a reasonably equiaxial crystal, the appropriate extinction factor is given by (6.4.7.1)[link] as E(2θ) = [E_{{L}}\cos\!{^2}\,2\theta +E_{{B}}\sin\!{^2}\,2\theta ].

It is a meaningful procedure to refine both primary and secondary extinction in this model. The reason for the high correlation between [\ell] and g that is found when other theories are applied, for example that of Becker & Coppens (1974[link]), lies in the structure of the quantity x. In the theory presented here, x is proportional to F2 for pure primary extinction and to [Q_\theta ^2] for pure secondary extinction.

References

First citationBecker, P. J. & Coppens, P. (1974). Extinction within the limit of validity of the Darwin transfer equations. I. General formalisms for primary and secondary extinction and their application to spherical crystals. Acta Cryst. A30, 129–147.Google Scholar








































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