For this example, we need to constrain the pairs of atoms that share a site,
Fe2/Al3 and Al4/Fe5.
This can be done using the constraints pane. In this case, both atoms are
on special positions so the coordinates are fixed by symmetry and do
not need to be constrained. This, however,
will be ignored to illustrate how coordinates are constrained.
Pressing the "New Constraint" button causes the box to the left to appear. Select phase 1 at the top, the atoms Fe2 and Al3 by "dragging" over them with the mouse (clicking with the mouse while holding the control key also works). Select the "XYZU" variable to group x, y, z and Uiso for the selected atoms, as shown to the right. Press "Save" and the four constraints are generated and appear on the Constraints pane.
To constrain the fractional occupancies, again press the "New Constraint" button and then press the "New Column" button, to create a second constraint box. Select phase 1 for both boxes, Fe2 in one box and Al3 in the other variable "Frac" in the left-most box. Use any values for the multiplier that are equal in magnitude but opposite in sign. Press "Save" and this constraint is also generated and it appears on the Constraints pane, as is shown below.
The previous two steps are then repeated for Al4 and Fe5, to generate an additional five more constraints, as is shown below.
(.EXP Snapshot: garnet7.exp )
Brian Toby (Brian.Toby@NIST.GOV)
$Revision: 192 $ $Date: 2009-12-04 23:01:56 +0000 (Fri, 04 Dec 2009) $