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Near Ambient Pressure XPS (NAP-XPS).
A New Paradigm for the Technique.

For the last four weeks I’ve been working with Andreas Thissen and Paul Dietrich at Specs in Berlin, Germany to prepare some of their near ambient pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (NAP-XPS) data for submission to Surface Science Spectra (SSS). My research group at BYU has previously submitted conventional XPS spectra to SSS,1-2 but never NAP-XPS spectra. We believe in the importance of SSS for the surface analysis community. SSS contains a diverse collection of reference spectra taken on different instruments. Submissions to SSS record the specific data acquisition parameters and provide a detailed description of ...

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