Tds2el is an open source package for quantitative and model-free analysis of thermal diffuse x-ray scattering from single crystals. The program allows to extract the full elasticity tensor from the measured scattering intensity distribution as described in Ref . The main functionalities are:
For the measurement strategy and formalism please refer to Ref  and references therein.
Alessandro Mirone and Bjorn Wehinger Grenoble and Geneva 2017
-  PDF Bjorn Wehinger, Alessandro Mirone, Michael Krisch, and Alexei Bosak, Full Elasticity Tensor from Thermal Diffuse Scattering, Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 035502 (2017).
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