X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) is a surface analysis technique that can provide elemental and chemical bonding information from the very top surface of a specimen. The specimen is bombarded with X-Rays and emitted electrons are energy analyzed. Most of the signal arises from the first few monolayers. Elemental characterization of the surface can be achieved with about 0.1% detection limit and chemical bonding information can be obtained from differences in binding energy. The cleanliness of the sample and the storage container is very important.
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