pshejwalkar2004 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 15 16:39:47 CDT 2014
Is there a reason you use first derivative?? I thought if you take second derivative on Athena and then click find zero and then calibrate that value is the correct way. I am learning XAFS myself for the first time and I am novice too. So may be I make no sense but just want to confirm if I am not doing anything wrong. What's your stake in this??
Post-doctoral researcher, JSPS fellow,
Catalysis Research Center
> On १६ ऑक्टो, २०१४, at १२:२७ म.पू., Ke Yuan <keyuan at umich.edu> wrote:
> Hello Sin Yuen,
> Thanks for forwarding me that study materials on E0.
> I use Athena to find the highest peak on the fist derivative of the spectra and pick that value as E0. I think I did not put E0 above this value. I will try to put it on the high energy side to see what will happen.
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