Handbook of Applied Solid State Spectroscopy
Solid State Spectroscopy is a burgeoning field being applied in many branches of science including physics, chemistry, biosciences, surface science and materials science. The currently available information about various spectroscopic techniques is scattered across various disciplines in the scientific and technical literature not within easy reach of the reader. There is a need to have a comprehensive yet concise volume including major research efforts in various spectroscopic techniques, currently in practice around the world, to become available under one cover.
Handbook of Applied Solid State Spectroscopy envisions pertinent aspects of almost all solid state spectroscopic techniques being practiced through NMR, NQR, EPR/ESR, ENDOR, Scanning Tunneling, Acoustic Resonance, FTIR, Auger Electron Emission, X-ray Photoelectron Emission, Luminescence, and Optical Polarization. The book is composed of 16 chapters, each presenting an overview of a particular technique. Each chapter concentrates on up-to-date scientific and technical information and references. Emphasis has been laid on the fundamentals, methods and procedures, applications and the new developments in the field.
This handbook brings together leading experts in the field of solid-state spectroscopy. Chapters have been written by well known international experts ensuring that recent advances made by scientists from different parts of the world have been covered.
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References J M Cadogan and D H Ryan
Mössbauer Spectroscopy 201
Crystal Field Spectroscopy
Auger Electron Spectroscopy
Luminescence Spectroscopy 509
LaserInduced Fluorescence Spectroscopy
Soft XRay Emission and Resonant Inelastic Scattering
Laser Raman Spectroscopy
Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy STS
Polarization Spectroscopy of Ordered Samples