The MAGIC card makes FEFF calculate cross sections as a function of collection angle at a particular energy loss. So, in addition to the energy-resolved output produced by the EELS cards, the MAGIC card produces angle-resolved output.

The name MAGIC was chosen because the output of this card enables one to find the magic angle for a material very quickly : run FEFF for two different orientations, and see where the sp$^2$-curves cross. This gives you the magic collection angle for the collection angle and EELS edge chosen in `feff.inp'.

* create a plot that shows the sp^2 ratio at 20 eV above threshold.