Advances in X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) instrumentation make collecting high-quality data much easier than in years past.
Modern XPS instruments have enabled many areas of materials science to benefit from surface analysis. Applications such as bio-materials, semiconductors, nanotechnology, and catalysis all benefit from innovations in XPS. A critical component to the XPS instrument is its data system, which is covered in detail here.
Split into 7 segments plus an introduction, the webinar explains what information can be obtained from XPS and how data is processed.