Changing to a coarser lattice by increasing c>1 causes some peaks to be "missed"
by the sampling - this is to be expected. Changing c<1 however completely
destroys the result, effectively creating fake reflections at almost every
K-space lattice point sampled:
It is my understanding (which may be lacking...), that sampling points
corresponding to angles of incidence that do not cause constructive interference
should just cancel out (i.e. sum up to 0 in the final binning), so the final
result should always be consistent?
The main consequence of this issue is that using a manual K-space lattice to
compare different results is simply impossible, but the documentation clearly
states that this should work, for example writing something like "c 0.05 0.05
Am I doing something wrong (probably) and if so, what?
M.Sc. Sebastian Hütter
Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg
Institute of Materials and Joining Technology
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