X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy – Essential Knowledge Briefing Booklet

Discover how X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) is an instrumental technique used in characterizing a surface's chemistry. The eBook details XPS's intertwined history with modern chemistry and physics, its wide range of applications and compatible acquisition techniques, and its exciting future of surface identification.

Additionally, the eBook highlights how XPS can be applied to a myriad of materials analyses. Case study three outlines how XPS is delicate enough to study the chemical composition of keratin with silicon-based cleaners or human hair with shampoos. Whether you are new to X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy or looking for a handy reference to share with visitors coming to your lab, you will find this booklet informative and useful to your studies.

Inside the eBook:

  • Overview of XPS
  • History
  • Applications in organic and inorganic samples
  • Specific implementations
  • Possible future developments