Please cite at least one of the following articles if FEFF is used in published work.
A.L. Ankudinov and J.J. Rehr, ``Relativistic Spin-dependent X-ray Absorption Theory'', UW preprint, 1996.
S.I. Zabinsky, J.J. Rehr, A. Ankudinov, R.C. Albers and M.J. Eller, ``Multiple Scattering Calculations of X-ray Absorption Spectra'', Phys. Rev. B. 52, 2995 (1995).
A. L. Ankoudinov, Ph. D. Thesis, ``Relativistic Spin-dependent X-ray Absorption Theory'', University of Washington, (1996). There you can find a review of x-ray absorption theory, a whole chapter of information about FEFF7 for expert users, examples of the code applications, and a full list of the FEFF7 program tree.
J.J. Rehr, S.I. Zabinsky and R.C. Albers, High-order multiple scattering calculations of x-ray-absorption fine structure, Phys. Rev. Let. 69, 3397 (1992).
J.J. Rehr, Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. 32, 8 (1993).
J.J. Rehr, J. Mustre de Leon, S.I. Zabinsky, and R.C. Albers, Theoretical X-ray Absorption Fine Structure Standards, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 113, 5135 (1991).
J. Mustre de Leon, J.J. Rehr, S.I. Zabinsky, and R.C. Albers, Ab initio curved-wave x-ray-absorption fine structure, Phys. Rev. B44, 4146 (1991).
J.J. Rehr and R.C. Albers, Scattering-matrix formulation of curved-wave multiple-scattering theory: Application to x-ray-absorption fine structure, Phys. Rev. B41, 8139 (1990).
A.L.Ankudinov, S.I.Zabinsky and J.J. Rehr, Single configuration Dirac-Fock atom code , submitted to Comp. Phys. Comm., (1996).