- Conference date: 25-29 August 2003
- Location: San Francisco, California (USA)
We present now a possible way to carry out soft‐x‐ray fluorescence spectroscopy of liquids. The liquid cell has a window to attain compatibility with UHV conditions of the spectrometer and beamline, The synchrotron radiation enters the liquid cell through a 100 nm‐thick silicon nitride window and the emitted x‐rays exit through the same window. This allows in particular liquid‐solid interfaces to be studied. Such a liquid cell has been used to study the electronic structure of a variety of systems ranging from water solutions of inorganic salts and inertial drugs to nano materials and actinide compounds in their wet conditions.
- Dielectric nitrides
- Electronic structure
- Emission spectroscopy
- Fluorescence spectroscopy
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