[Ifeffit] Looking for reviewers for first chapter of new XAFS book
scalvin at sarahlawrence.edu
Fri Dec 16 21:42:11 CST 2011
Good to have you aboard!
I'm attaching the review packet. The page numbering is a bit chaotic, because it's actually several documents stitched together:
* The copyright notice. My publisher is allowing me to distribute review copies, but only on the condition that reviewers not redistribute them.
* An excerpt from the preface explaining the origin of the cartoon characters. (Yes, there are cartoon characters...)
* An introduction to the cartoon characters.
* Chapter 1. This is a draft version, and does not have the appearance of the final version. In particular, to make the file size manageable, the figures are lower resolution than they will be in the final version, and some of the graphs get a bit muddy. Page breaks and line spacing also do not correspond to the final version.
In the chapter, I've placed numbers along the margin to aid in making comments. For example, you might have a comment on page 12, lines 6-7. The numbers won't appear in the final version. Also, please use the page numbers at the bottom (rather than the page numbers of the PDF file).
If you have any questions about the context of the chapter, the intended audience, or whatever, feel free to ask!
Sarah Lawrence College
P.S. Make sure you send email related to this chapter to my address directly, and not to the Ifeffit list.
On Dec 14, 2011, at 2:39 PM, daltonabdala at gmail.com<mailto:daltonabdala at gmail.com> wrote:
I'd be willing to review this chapter. Just to touch base, we met each other at SSRL last May. I'm a PhD student at Dr. Sparks research group doing research on P-EXAFS.
On Wed, Dec 14, 2011 at 11:09 AM, Scott Calvin <scalvin at sarahlawrence.edu<mailto:scalvin at sarahlawrence.edu>> wrote:
I have finally written the opening chapter of the XAFS textbook I'm working on. This is an introduction and overview, about 30 pages in length. It is (hopefully!) suitable for beginners, although more expert opinions are also welcome.
If you are interested in reviewing the chapter and can get feedback to me by 9 January, please contact me directly at SCalvin at slc.edu<mailto:SCalvin at slc.edu><mailto:SCalvin at slc.edu<mailto:SCalvin at slc.edu>> . As always, repeat reviewers are welcome!
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