[Ifeffit] XANES temperature estimation
ragordon at alumni.sfu.ca
Mon Nov 21 11:13:19 CST 2022
To qualify Anatoly's cheerful, pre-morning coffee response, if your samples
are part of a sequence of measurements
of a material whose XANES has been measured at different temperatures, and
said XANES does have some changes
owing to changes in physical or electronic behavior with temperature (i.e.
a phase transition), then you could estimate
where your samples fit within that determined behavior.
Are you familiar with how temperature dependence manifests in a typical
...through the Debye-Waller term..the effects of which become less
pronounced at lower k...
Temperature is more typically a controlled parameter during measurements.
So no, not really...unless there is a known behavior for comparison.
On Mon, Nov 21, 2022 at 7:23 AM Anatoly Frenkel <
anatoly.frenkel at stonybrook.edu> wrote:
> Only evaporation temperature, when XANES spectrum disappears…:)
> > On Nov 21, 2022, at 10:20 AM, Gabriele GAROFALO <
> gabriele.garofalo at esrf.fr> wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> > I'd like to estimate the temperature of some samples from some XANES
> spectra, is there a way to do that? I couldn't find an answer in the
> mailing list archive.
> > Thanks!
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