C60 scattering factor
geg5 at mailserv.uni-giessen.de
Thu Dec 9 08:26:30 EST 1999
This should depend on how this Buckyball is arranged in your structure.
1. If all C60 are oriented the same way with fixed positions
in the structure you have simply to use the scattering factors of
2. If the Buckyball rotates in the structure you have to estimate
the scattering factor for C60. The scattering factors are only
accessible by Harthree-Fock-Calculations (as i know) so you got
to do that Calculation (i don't know one who did this)
3. The C60 do not rotate in the Structure but is statistically oriented
in it. In that case you have to do the same as told under 2.
best regards Marcu Kraus
On Sat, 4 Dec 1999, Cristal wrote:
> Can someone send the best current estimation for the
> whole C60 molecule scattering factor for X-ray
> (parametrized for polynomial expansion) ?
> Armel Le Bail
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