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A least-squares procedure is described for modeling an empirical transmission surface as sampled by multiple symmetry-equivalent and/or azimuth rotation-equivalent intensity measurements. The fitting functions are sums of real spherical harmonic functions of even order, ylm(− u0) + ylm(u1), 2 ≤ l = 2n ≤ 8. The arguments of the functions are the components of unit direction vectors, −u0 for the reverse incident beam and u1 for the scattered beam, referred to crystal-fixed Cartesian axes. The procedure has been checked by calculations against standard absorption test data.
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