[Ifeffit] beamline for Al EXAFS
newville at cars.uchicago.edu
Tue Oct 11 11:10:42 CDT 2011
You might find the list of beamlines at
http://www.iucr.org/resources/commissions/xafs/, compiled by Federico
Boscherini, a useful way to find a beamline that can acces at the Al
On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 9:47 AM, Kompch, Alexander
<alexander.kompch at web.de> wrote:
> Dear all,
> for the analysis of the location of the Al-dopant in ZnO, I am looking for suitable EXAFS beamlines. Dopant concentrations are 1-10%. So far I have only found ALS 6.3.1 and NSLS X15B.
> Can anybody recommend beamlines for Al EXAFS?
> My EXAFS experience is so far limited to the high energy range with signal detection in transmission (ionization chambers) and fluorescence (multi-element Ge-detectors). At such low energies as 1.5 keV for Al-K, the sample needs to be in vacuum, transmission will not work and Ge detectors probably the same. Does anybody have experience with Al-EXAFS, and can share a little about setup and what other complications to expect?
> Thank you,
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