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Photoemission spectroscopy
Photoemission spectroscopy An article on X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy that complements this article is located elsewhere. X-Ray Photoemission Spectroscopy (XPS, formerly known as ESCA - Electron ...
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Inverse photoemission spectroscopy
Inverse photoemission spectroscopy Inverse photoemission spectroscopy (IPES) is spectroscopy that measures the energy of photons (< ...
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Spectroscopy Extremely high resolution spectrum of the Sun ... thousands of elemental absorption lines (fraunhofer lines) Spectroscopy is the study of spectra, that is ... the dependence of physical quantities on frequency. Spectroscopy is often used in physical and analytical ... for recording a spectrum is a spectrometer. Spectroscopy can be classified according to the physical ... measured or calculated or the measurement process. Spectroscopy is also heavily used in astronomy. ...
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Talk:Spectroscopy Mass spectroscopy Mass spectra don't really fit into ... volts a particle masses, for instance. Mass spectroscopy is significantly different from the other spectrometers ... exception. -- sodium The main difference between mass spectroscopy and the other the types described in ... page is that MS is not light spectroscopy. It doesnt involve energy transitions between ...
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Roentgen spectroscopy   (translated from German)
Roentgen spectroscopy Roentgen spectroscopy the generic term for a multiplicity of ... ray (under approx.. 10keV) divide. Roentgen absorption spectroscopy Roentgenemissionspektroskopie ESCA (Photoemission spectroscopy) Roentgenkristallografie Roentgenfluoreszenzanalyse
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Category:Spectroscopy Spectroscopy is the study of spectra. The main article for this category is Spectroscopy. Subcategories There are 4 subcategories to this category. D Diffraction E Emission spectroscopy M Mass spectrometry S Spectrometers Pages in category "Spectroscopy" There are 98 pages in this ...
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Inverse photoemission
Inverse photoemission Inverse Photoemission Inverse photoemission is a surface science technique used to ... surfaces, thin films and adsorbates. As inverse photoemission probes the electronic states above the Fermi ... system, it is a complementary technique to photoemission spectroscopy. In inverse photoemission, a well- ...
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Absorption spectroscopy
Absorption spectroscopy Absorption spectroscopy is an analytical tool used by chemists ... Nujol has a relatively uncomplicated IR spectrum. Spectroscopy as an analytical tool Often it is ... theory - it all divides out. See also Spectroscopy Absorption (optics) optical density X-ray absorption fine structure Mossbauer spectroscopy Lyman-alpha forest inelastic scattering relfectance ...
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X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) is a surface sensitive analytic tool ... a complementary technique called UPS (Ultraviolet Photoelectron Spectroscopy) in which the ultraviolet photon, with much ... referred to as ESCA, short for Electron Spectroscopy for Chemical Analysis. See also Photoemission spectroscopy List of surface analysis methods ...
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Near Edge X-ray Absorption Fine Structure
... is usually reserved for soft X-ray spectroscopy (photon energy less than 1000 electron volts ... photon. The difference between NEXAFS and traditional photoemission experiments is that in photoemission, the initial photoelectron itself is measured, while ... sounds trivial but is actually significant: in photoemission the final state of the emitted electron ... rules. The distinction is critical because in spectroscopy final states are more susceptible to ...
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