GROUP for X-RAY ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY
| Measurements at BM29 at ESRF, Grenoble
in July 2007. K. Maver, A. Kodre, I. Arčon, J. Padežnik Gomilšek, N Novak Tušar.
The work of Group
for experimental atomic physics focuses on physics of the inner atomic
shells. Interactions of photons with matter are studied using synchrotron
radiation x-ray sources. X-ray absorption spectrometry is the main spectroscopic
method used; it is complemented by high resolution fluorescence spectroscopy.
Measurements are performed on the synchrotrons at HASYLAB (Hamburger
Synchrotronstralungslabor) - DESY, Hamburg, Germany, and at ESRF (The
European Synchrotron Radiation Facility), Grenoble, France.
of the group among others include:
- studies of the
collective dynamics in free or bound atoms (multiple photoexcitations
of atomic structure of new materials with EXAFS and XANES techniques
of exact atomic background for EXAFS spectra