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High-Energy Resolution XAS

  • Frank de Groot
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Abstract

High-energy resolution X-ray absorption refers to the measurement of XANES spectra with the use of a detector signal that is measured coherently with the XANES measurement. The detector signal can be fluorescence, which is known under the name High-Energy Resolution Fluorescence Detected (HERFD) XANES. Similarly one can define High-Energy Resolution Auger Detection (HERAD) XANES.

Keywords

XANES Spectrum Core Hole Final State Energy Resolution Fluorescence Core Hole State 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Inorganic Chemistry and CatalysisUtrecht UniversityUtrechtThe Netherlands

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