[Ifeffit] Fitting Commercial Molybdenum Disulfide
Michael A Groves
dingoboy at u.washington.edu
Fri Oct 29 11:28:21 CDT 2004
Hey Dan,
I only meant if you use the same alpha for all paths, you're assuming an isotropic expansion. Different alphas is one way to get rid of that.
One other thing I noticed-- in your first message, it says the r-range you used in the fit is the default-- 1<r<3. However, your longest Mo-S path is almost 4 angstroms long. Have you thought about adjusting the range that you're fitting-- maybe to r somewhere over 4?
Cheers,
Mike
On Fri, 29 Oct 2004 dmc at pdx.edu wrote:
> Hi Shelly,
>
> I seperated the delr's with different alpha terms, but Mike seems to think
> that this is assuming isotropic expansion that isn't there. Also, the reduced
> chi-square has gone up 150 or so.
>
> delr# define: alpha# * reff
>
>
> Thanks for the help, Dan
>
>
> Results with 1 eO and differing delr's:
>
> Independent points = 14.312500000
> Number of variables = 7.000000000
> Chi-square = 6186.771083042
> Reduced Chi-square = 846.054165202
> R-factor = 0.031090393
> Measurement uncertainty (k) = 0.000181935
> Measurement uncertainty (R) = 0.004860095
> Number of data sets = 1.000000000
>
>
> Guess parameters +/- uncertainties (initial guess):
> ss = 0.0042720 +/- 0.0006590 (guessed as 0.004636
> (0.000411))
> e0 = 1.3293700 +/- 1.4673640 (guessed as 1.765958
> (1.154388))
> alpha = -0.0001750 +/- 0.0040010 (guessed as 0.001090
> (0.002843))
> ss2 = 0.0043180 +/- 0.0007370 (0.0000)
> ss3 = 0.0072300 +/- 0.0164390 (0.0000)
> alpha2 = 0.0076940 +/- 0.0027880 (0.0000)
> alpha3 = -0.0512670 +/- 0.0232140 (0.0000)
>
> Def parameters:
> delr_1 = -0.0006930
> delr_2 = 0.0305320
> delr_3 = -0.2034430
>
> Set parameters:
> amp = 0.7
>
>
> Correlations between variables:
> e0 and alpha --> 0.8441
> ss3 and alpha2 --> 0.7651
> ss2 and alpha2 --> -0.6441
> e0 and alpha2 --> 0.5682
> ss2 and ss3 --> 0.4871
> alpha and alpha2 --> 0.4785
> ss3 and alpha3 --> 0.3825
> e0 and alpha3 --> -0.2743
> All other correlations are below 0.25
>
>
>
>
>
> Original (2 e0s):
>
>
> Independent points = 14.312500000
> Number of variables = 6.000000000
> Chi-square = 5778.957783654
> Reduced Chi-square = 695.212966455
> R-factor = 0.029041008
> Measurement uncertainty (k) = 0.000181935
> Measurement uncertainty (R) = 0.004860095
> Number of data sets = 1.000000000
>
>
> Guess parameters +/- uncertainties (initial guess):
> e0_1 = -4.0347670 +/- 2.9998980 (guessed as -4.072009
> (1.919404))
> ss = 0.0042860 +/- 0.0005990 (guessed as 0.004636
> (0.000411))
> e0 = 1.6770760 +/- 1.3230290 (guessed as 1.765958
> (1.154388))
> alpha = 0.0009180 +/- 0.0034050 (guessed as 0.001090
> (0.002843))
> ss2 = 0.0048160 +/- 0.0006910 (0.0000)
> ss3 = 0.0225310 +/- 0.0657250 (0.0000)
>
> Def parameters:
> delr_1 = 0.0036440
>
> Set parameters:
> amp = 0.7
>
>
> Correlations between variables:
> e0_1 and alpha --> 0.8542
> e0 and alpha --> 0.8470
> e0_1 and e0 --> 0.7407
> e0_1 and ss3 --> 0.7060
> alpha and ss3 --> 0.4715
> ss2 and ss3 --> -0.4214
> e0_1 and ss2 --> -0.3892
> e0 and ss3 --> 0.3772
> alpha and ss2 --> -0.2680
> All other correlations are below 0.25
>
>
>
>
>
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