[Ifeffit] EXAFS on multi phase systems

Scott Calvin dr.scott.calvin at gmail.com
Thu May 5 09:46:33 CDT 2011

Hi Jatinkumar,

It's fairly common to do so. With linear combination analysis or  
principle component analysis, it's necessarily the case. But it's also  
done with modelling using FEFF. I personally have published many  
papers of this type. One early paper of mine that does this is:

“X-ray absorption spectroscopy of highly-cycled Li/CPE/FeS2 cells,” E.  
Strauss, S. Calvin, H. Mehta,* D. Golodnitksy, S. G. Greenbaum, M. L.  
denBoer, V. Dusheiko, and E. Peled, Solid State Ionics 164, 51 (2003).

--Scott Calvin
Sarah Lawrence College

On May 5, 2011, at 12:26 AM, Jatinkumar Rana wrote:

> Dear ifeffit users,
> I was wondering if one could apply EXAFS to multi-phase systems (e.g.
> two phase systems) where both phases could be crystallographically
> different but contain same absorbing atom.
> Can anyone suggest any literature which dealt with such a problem ??
> With best regards,
> Jatinkumar Rana

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