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   - Magnetic beta, see magnetic delta   - Magnetic beta, see magnetic delta
  
-The example system is a multilayer consisting of 6x[ Co (10Å) / Cu (60Å)] on a Cu substrate. The optical constants provided correspond to a X-ray energy of 900eV and the .db filenames to the files shipped with this version of ReMagX (check the installation directory).+The example system is a multilayer consisting of 6x[ Co (10Å) / Cu (60Å)] on a Cu substrate. The optical constants provided correspond to a X-ray energy of 777eV and the .db filenames to the files shipped with this version of ReMagX (check the installation directory).
 Remarks: Remarks:
-Delta (δ) and Beta (β) are the optical constants (dispersive and absorptive part) of the material according to the standard notation of a complex index of refraction: 𝑁=1−(𝛿+𝑖β).+Delta (δ) and Beta (β) are the optical constants (dispersive and absorptive part) of the material according to the standard notation of a complex index of refraction: 𝑁=1−𝛿+𝑖β.
 Sigma (σ) is the RMS roughness according to standard notation in surface science. Sigma (σ) is the RMS roughness according to standard notation in surface science.
-Magnetic delta (δm) and beta (βm) are the variation of the optical constants due to magnetism. ​NOTE: the values are added/​subtracted to the normal optical constants!+Magnetic delta (δm) and beta (βm) are the variation of the optical constants due to magnetism.
  
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