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The Bragg_crystal_bent_BC Component

Based on: Perfect_crystal.comp written by Anette Vickery, Andrea Prodi, Erik Knudsen Bent, perfect, reflecting crystal with common cubic structures (diamond, fcc, or bcc, and others if symmetry form factor multipliers provided explicitly)



Bragg_crystal_bent_BC.comp is intended to supercede Bragg_crystal_bent.comp.

For details see:
The optics of focusing bent-crystal monochromators on X-ray powder diffractometers with application to lattice parameter determination and microstructure analysis, 
Marcus H. Mendenhall,* David Black and James P. Cline, J. Appl. Cryst. (2019). 52, https://doi.org/10.1107/S1600576719010951

NOTE: elliptical coordinate code and documentation taken from Mirror_elliptic.comp distributed in McXtrace v1.2
However, the coordinates are rotated to be consistent with Bragg_crystal_flat.comp and Perfect_Crystal.comp.
Idealized elliptic mirror with surface ellipse and lattice ellipses independent, to allow construction of
Johansson optics, for example.

WARNING: This is a contributed Component.

Input parameters

Parameters in boldface are required; the others are optional.
Name Unit Description Default
x_a m 1st short half axis (along x). Commonly set to zero, which really implies infinite value, so crystal is an elliptic cylinder. 0
y_b m 2nd short half axis (along y), which is also the presumed near-normal direction, reflection near the y-z plane. 1.0
z_c m long half axis (along z). Commonly a=0. b=c, which creates a circular cylindrical surface. 1.0
lattice_x_a m curvature matrix for underlying lattice, for bent/ground/rebent crystals THERE HAS BEEN NO TESTING for the case in which lattice_x_a != x_a. 0
lattice_y_b m curvature matrix for underlying lattice, for bent/ground/rebent crystals 1.0
lattice_z_c m curvature matrix for underlying lattice, for bent/ground/rebent crystals 1.0
length m z depth (length) of the crystal. 0.05
width m x width of the crystal. 0.02
V AA^3 unit cell volume 160.1826
form_factors "FormFactors.txt"
material maybe also GaAs? [ ] Si, Ge "Si.txt"
alpha rad asymmetry angle (alpha=0 for symmetric reflection, ie the Bragg planes are parallel to the crystal surface) alpha is defined so that positive alpha reduces the Bragg angle to the plane i.e. alpha=Thetain grazes the planes. if alpha!=0, one should restrict to rays which have small kx values, since otherwise the alpha rotation is not around the diffraction axis. 0.0
R0 Reflectivity. Overrides the computed Darwin reflectivity. Probably only useful for debugging. 0
debye_waller_B AA^2 Debye-Waller temperature factor, M=B*(sin(theta)/lambda)^2*(2/3), default=silicon at room temp. 0.4632
crystal_type 1 => Mx_crystal_explicit: provide explicit real and imaginary form factor multipliers structure_factor_scale_r, structure_factor_scale_i, 2 => Mx_crystal_diamond: diamond 3 => Mx_crystal_fcc: fcc 4 => Mx_crystal_fcc: bcc 1
h Miller index of reflection 1
k Miller index of reflection 1
l Miller index of reflection 1
structure_factor_scale_r 0.0
structure_factor_scale_i 0.0

Output parameters

Name Unit Description Default


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