[Ifeffit] E0 for bulk crystals and nanoparticles
SCalvin at slc.edu
Sun Feb 25 21:10:55 CST 2007
I would not expect E0 to vary with temperature between 10 K and 300K.
Just to be sure nothing untoward happened, I would recommend taking a
spectrum at 300 K at the end of the series as well as at the
beginning. That's generally a good policy with a series like that
just to make sure the sample didn't suffer an irreversible change
from oxidation, condensation, beam damage, or whatever.
Sarah Lawrence College
At 09:44 PM 2/25/2007, you wrote:
>But coming back to the original question, would you say that
>analyzing a temperature-dependent set of the very same NC-containing
>sample (eight measurements between 10K and 300K) to get an E0 value
>would be a sound approach? Or should we expect E0 to vary with the
>temperature as well?
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