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JeongEunSuk eunsuk1986 at hotmail.com
Sun May 6 22:57:36 CDT 2012

I measured temperature-dependent EXAFS at Pt L3 edge with Pt nanoparticles in room and high temperature(400 C). I have some questions about thermal vibration in EXAFS fit. I read that third and fourth culmulants related with phase and amplitude in anharmonic term, respectively. especially, I concerned third culmulant to relate with phase.
As you know, the phase also relates with bonding length. So that, the bonding length between Pt-Pt pair considerably correlated with third culmulant. So I can't decide exact bonding length and third culmulant because their correlation. I think that the relation of both bonding length and third culmulant is similar to that of number and debye-waller factor. 
Is it right to find  bonding length and third culmulant like finding number and debye-waller factor using k-weight? 		 	   		  
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