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Dispersive XAS on a High Brilliance Source: Highlights and Future Opportunities

Abstract : Energy Dispersive X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy is a now a well-established method which has been applied to a broad range of applications. Ten years from the construction of beamline ID24 at the ESRF, the first dispersive XAS spectrometer using undulator radiation on a third generation source, we report an overview of recent results in very diverse fields of research, ranging from automotive catalysts to magnetism at extreme conditions. We also illustrate how pushing the instrument to its limits has opened new opportunities, such as an enhanced sensitivity to detection of tiny atomic displacements and the potential for micro-probe redox and speciation imaging.
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Sakura Pascarelli, G. Aquilanti, L. Dubrovinsky, G. Guilera, O. Mathon, et al.. Dispersive XAS on a High Brilliance Source: Highlights and Future Opportunities. X-RAY ABSORPTION FINE STRUCTURE - XAFS13: 13th International Conference, 2006, Stanford, United States. pp.608 à 612, ⟨10.1063/1.2644607⟩. ⟨insu-00353674⟩

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