Here is a small compilation of useful resources related to x-ray spectroscopy around the web.
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Recordings of presentations from the XAS Journal club, available on YouTube.
X-ray periodic table of edges & emission lines.
X-ray attenuation calculations.
Analyzer Darwin width and crystal calculations.
The X-ray Data Booklet from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
A comprehensive program for processing and analyzing XAFS data.
Designed for pre-processing laboratory XAS data generated on easyXAFS instruments, this package provides a graphical interface for combining and correcting data files for subsequent analysis with standard XAFS tools like Athena/Artemis. Software package developed at the University of Sheffield, by Prof. Neil Hyatt, Ms. Lucy Mottram, Dr Martin Stennett and Mr. Marco Seddon-Ferretti.
A community site for x-ray absorption fine-structure (XAFS) and related spectroscopies. Sponsored by the International XAFS Society.
Periodic table of recommended crystal analyzers for element edges and emission lines.
A global resource: providing information and updates about light sources research and achievements, and opportunities for careers and international collaboration.
A program for calculating the mass and absorbance steps of XAFS transmission-mode samples.
Tutorials on X-ray absorption and related spectroscopies.
Publications featuring datasets from easyXAFS prototypes and customer instruments
An open-source workbook