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Spectroscopy of Inner Electrons

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In this chapter we will discuss spectroscopic methods that involve inner electrons [5.1, 5.2]. Such electrons are much more strongly bound than outer electrons and the interaction energies become correspondingly high. Two kinds of methods are used to study inner electrons, those that are based on absorbed or emitted X-ray radiation (X-ray spectroscopy) and those dealing with energy measurements on emitted photoelectrons (photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS or ESCA)).

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Outer Electron Complex Organic Molecule Rowland Circle Shell Vacancy Lead Stearate 
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