[Ifeffit] Ifeffit Digest, Vol 111, Issue 5

Christopher Thomas Chantler chantler at unimelb.edu.au
Mon May 7 15:49:46 CDT 2012

Hi All

There has been much discussion of this at the recent Q2XAFS meeting.
Proceedings are I believe being reviewed at the moment.

>From I think some consensus of those attending, the most critical and most
portable data was [mu/rho] versus E, with uncertainties; or mu versus E.
Secondary data such as k^2chi vs k or chi vs r etc remains valuable of
I hope this helps. With luck there will be much discussion of this in
Beijing [if we can all get visas!]


Christopher Chantler, Professor, FAIP
Editor-in-Chief, Radiation Physics and Chemistry
Secretary, Steering Committee, International IUCr Commission on XAFS
Vice-President (Australasia) International Radiation Physics Society
School of Physics, University of Melbourne
Parkville Victoria 3010 Australia
+61-3-83445437 FAX +61-3-93474783
chantler at unimelb.edu.au chantler at me.com

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>On Monday, May 07, 2012 04:10:35 PM mattie.peck at huskers.unl.edu wrote:
>> Hello Everyone,
>> I am in the process of fitting XAFS data for a paper and I was wondering
>> what type of information should should be included.  I remember coming
>> across a website that had this information on it awhile ago but I can't
>> seem to find my way back.  We would like to publish a qualitative XANES
>> paper and an EXAFS paper.  Any suggestions on the type of information
>> (plots, tables, R-factor, etc.) that should be included in each paper
>> separately would be appreciated.
>Was this the page you were looking for?
>   http://xafs.org/Reporting_EXAFS_Analysis
>Incomplete, but useful.
> Bruce Ravel  ------------------------------------ bravel at bnl.gov
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