rtmayes at gmail.com
Wed Jul 22 20:27:16 CDT 2009
In cases where intense pre-edge features are observed, such as the one you
attached, you should manually set the Eo and not accept the Athena
defaults. I usually start with half-way up the absorption edge (you can
look at the derivative and move the Eo value to the maximum in the
derivative; however, make sure you don't move it back to the pre-edge).
More detailed information on setting Eo and background removal can be found
Also, www.xafs.org is an excellent resource for more information.
On Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 6:23 PM, Chris Patridge <patridge at buffalo.edu>wrote:
> I forgot to post a bitmap of the spectra of the previous message. Thank
> you all.
> Christopher J. Patridge
> Graduate Student
> SUNY Buffalo - Dept of Chemistry
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