Re: [Ifeffit] Ifeffit Digest, Vol 207, Issue 8

2020-05-05 Thread Christopher Chantler
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Re: [Ifeffit] Reported W L3-edge and L2-edge energy

2020-05-05 Thread Matthew Marcus
This paper: Kraft, S., Stümpel, J., Becker, P., & Kuetgens, U. (1996). High resolution x‐ray absorption spectroscopy with absolute energy calibration for the determination of absorption edge energies. Review of Scientific Instruments, 67(3), 681-687. has precision measurements of a bunch of

[Ifeffit] Reported W L3-edge and L2-edge energy

2020-05-05 Thread Bare, Simon R
All: We are wondering if others agree that the reported values for the W L3 and W L2 edges are incorrect. We recently noticed the following: The "Edge" - defined by the inflection point of the absorption edge step When using the Ir L3 edge (11215.0 eV) as a calibration, the W L3- and L2-edges

Re: [Ifeffit] Reported W L3-edge and L2-edge energy

2020-05-05 Thread Mike Massey
On a tangentially related topic, I find that phosphorus K-edge XAS energy calibration conventions are still in a bit of a "Wild West" state, with a wide variety of materials and values in use for energy calibration. As an extreme example, one or two frequently cited papers in my field from the