XPS Basics, Part 2: From the Sample to Photoelectrons to Spectra to Results (Recorded Webinar)
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) is a widely-used technique for quantifying the surface chemistry of materials; providing information from the outer-most few nanometres of a samples surface. In our first webinar of 2015 we introduced the basics of XPS, describing the theory, physics, and experimental requirements of the technique. In the next presentation of our XPS Simplified Webinar Series, we will look at the analysis of a single sample to show:

  • A step-by-step guide to a routine XPS analysis.
  • Explain how is XPS data interpreted.
  • Show how quantified chemical composition information is obtained.
  • Demonstrate how XPS images and depth profiles are generated.
  • Describe what help is available to the surface analyst.

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