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  • Data were provided by Vincent Crist (The use of the spectrum requires acknowledging XPS library website, https://xpslibrary.com/, the data is copyrighted).Read more
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    Information about the sample:

    • Shape: Flat Surface

    • Sample material: Pure cadmium

    • Elements: Cd

    • Sample composition: Cd

    Data acquisition parameters:

    • Photon source: Al Ka (monochromatic)

    • Pass energy: 14.3

    • Take-off angle: 90°

    Equipment and analysis software:

    • Spectrometer mode: FAT

    • Software used: AAnalyzer

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  • Two more peaks, but better fit of the circled areas. Data were provided by Vincent Crist (The use of the spectrum requires acknowledging XPS library website, https://xpslibrary.com/, the data is copyrighted).
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    Equipment and analysis software:

    • Software used: AAnalyzer

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    The use of the spectrum requires acknowledging https://xpslibrary.com/, the data is copyrighted. X-ray incident angle: 55°. The fit required the use of asymmetric double-Lorentzian lineshapes for the main peak. The SVSC parameter for the satellites is about 5 times larger than for the main peak. The fit for Sn 3d (post #493) is similar. The uncertainties were calculated using a gain of 4.8 (48 scans, 0.1 dwelling time). Read less
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    Information about the sample:

    • Shape: Flat Surface

    • Sample material: pure Cd

    • Elements: Cd

    • Sample composition: Cd

    Data acquisition parameters:

    • Photon source: Al Ka (monochromatic)

    • Pass energy: 14.3

    • Take-off angle: 90

    Equipment and analysis software:

    • Spectrometer mode: FAT

    • Software used: Analyzer

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