FEFF 8 Example Files

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FEFF 8 Example Files

The files linked on this page are the input and output files from example runs of FEFF 8. The input file, feff.inp, contains instructions for running all six modules of FEFF to produce the corresponding spectra.

The descriptions given here are brief, please see the FEFF Documentation for additional details.

File Descriptions

feff.inp 
This is the input file for the example run.
xmu.dat 
This file contains the background function, chi, and the total absorption spectrum.
ldosNN.dat 
These files contain the L projected density of states for the absorbing and non-absorbing atoms. The number NN corresponds to the value of ipot in the POTENTIALS card in feff.inp.
log.dat 
This file contains a copy of the information printed out on the screen during the run. The file is useful for diagnostic purposes. (the files log.dat, logN.dat, and logdos.dat contain the same information.)

Files from example runs

Copper crystal (XAFS)

Germane (germanium tetrahydride) (XANES)

Compressed Archives

All of the files linked on this page are available bundled together in compressed archives.

Unix

DOS

Unix archive

This file is tarred and gzipped. 12 kb. To unload the files in this archive, type

gunzip example8.tar.gz 

then

tar xvf example8.tar 

at the command line. If you use the GNU version of tar, the command

tar xvfz example8.tar.gz

will untar the files with on-the-fly decompression.

Archive for DOS and other computers

This file is a zipped archive. 13 kb. To unpack the files type the command

unzip r example8.zip

at the DOS prompt. Look at The Info-Zip page for information about using the zip format on your computer.

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