H S Chauhan
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 27 Issue 6 December 1986 pp 821-833 Solid State Physics
XANES and EXAFS techniques are proving very popular in the study of local environment in disordered systems. Results of such studies in a large number of metal (Fe, Co, Ni, etc)-metalloid (B, Si, C, etc) glasses are reported. Experiments were done with synchrotron radiation as well as an x-ray tube. The values of bond lengths and co-ordination numbers computed from one-electron single scattering Fourier transform method turn out substantially smaller. The values of bondlength determined from the other EXAFS calculation method and the multiple-scattering computation scheme show good agreement. Importance of choice of suitable reference materials for analysis of data is emphasized.
Volume 31 Issue 3 September 1988 pp 233-240 Condensed Matter Physics
X-ray absorption near edge structure (XANES) and extended X-ray absorption fine structure (EXAFS) measurements have been done at the K-edge of Cu in Cu-Ti glasses and on the K-edges of Ni and Zr in Ni-Zr glasses using a synchrotron radiation source. The results are discussed in terms of the shape shift and intensity of the absorption edge as well as the principal absorption maximum. The values of bondlength calculated by the one-electron multiple scattering XANES theory as well as the graphical analysis EXAFS technique show good agreement.
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