Materials Research at Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory
In this paper, a few examples of materials research presently underway at the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory are presented. These include x-ray diffraction techniques utilizing anomalous scattering, studies of surfaces utilizing photoemission, and x-ray small angle scattering. EXAFS, one of our major endeavors, is not included because virtually all such studies described in this volume were performed at SSRL, so that a description here would be redundant.
KeywordsAbsorption Edge Synchrotron Radiation Neutron Diffraction Radial Distribution Function Pair Distribution Function
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