Quantitative Core Level Photoelectron Spectroscopy
- A primer
- Juan A Colón Santana
- March 2015
DescriptionThis book introduces the reader to the concepts and instrumentation that emerge in an experimental approach to the photoemission process. The basic elements implemented for the technique are discussed and the geometry of the instrumentation is explained. This book covers each of the features that have been observed in the X-ray photoemission spectra and provides the tools necessary for their understanding and correct identification. Charging effects are covered in the penultimate chapter with the final chapter bringing closure to the basic uses of the X-ray photoemission process, as well as guiding the reader through some of the most popular applications used in current research.
About EditorsJuan A Colón Santana, obtained his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nebraska Lincoln in 2012. He has contributed to the fields of magnetism and radiation with a total of 24 publications and one patent. Juan was nationally recognized for his work on oxides by winning prestigious awards such as the Leo Falicov award. He is currently a Research Associate in the Department of Physics at Northern Illinois University where he is involved in research, teaching and outreach activities.
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Paperback ISBN: 9780750327831
Ebook ISBN: 9781627053075
Publisher: Morgan & Claypool Publishers