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Trends of EXAFS and SEXAFS in Solid State Physics

  • A. Fontaine
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSB, volume 187)

Abstract

Within recent years, the X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS) has become a widely used technique to determine the local atomic structure in material science as well as in physics, chemistry, biophysics, and geophysics1. The absorption cross section of a selected atom when embedded in condensed matter shows near edge features (XANES=X-ray Absorption Near Edge Structure) and oscillations above the edge (EXAFS=Extended X-ray Absorption Fine Structure) which contain informations about the oxidation state, the symmetry of the local environment, the partial density of unoccupied states, the coordination number and the distances of the neighbors. Almost no attempt was successful to clarify this spectroscopy until the beginning of the 70’s even if famous scientists showed interests in that field2,3. A couple of reasons may be given. First no tractable theory was available to give a frame to analyze the Krönig oscillations (as it was termed before the 70’s) existing above the K or L edges of any element present in a solid, liquid, or even in a molecule. D.Sayers’ thesis achieved in E. Stern’s group4 showed for the first time that a subsequent Fourier transform yields a pseudo-radial distribution.

Keywords

Storage Ring Metallic Copper XANES Spectrum Electron Yield Exafs Spectrum 
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  • A. Fontaine
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  1. 1.LURE Bat. 209d CNRS, CEA, MENOrsayFrance

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