X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy: An introduction to Principles and Practices

X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy: An introduction to Principles and Practices

By: Paul van der Heide (author)Hardback

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This book introduces readers interested in the field of X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) to the practical concepts in this field. The book first introduces the reader to the language and concepts used in this field and then demonstrates how these concepts are applied. Including how the spectra are produced, factors that can influence the spectra (all initial and final state effects are discussed), how to derive speciation, volume analysed and how one controls this (includes depth profiling), and quantification along with background substraction and curve fitting methodologies. This is presented in a concise yet comprehensive manner and each section is prepared such that they can be read independently of each other, and all equations are presented using the most commonly used units. Greater emphasis has been placed on spectral understanding/interpretation. For completeness sake, a description of commonly used instrumentation is also presented. Finally, some complementary surface analytical techniques and associated concepts are reviewed for comparative purposes in stand-alone appendix sections.

About Author

Dr. van der Heide currently serves as the Group Lead of the Surface Analysis department at Samsung Austin, Texas which houses state-of-the-art XPS, AES, SIMS and AFM instrumentation. Former Assistant Professor, Chemistry Department, University of Houston, TX.

Contents

FOREWORD xi PREFACE xiii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xv LIST OF CONSTANTS xvii 1 INTRODUCTION 1 1.1 Surface Analysis 1 1.2 XPSESCA for Surface Analysis 5 1.3 Historical Perspective 6 1.4 Physical Basis of XPS 7 1.5 Sensitivity and Specificity of XPS 10 1.6 Summary 11 2 ATOMS, IONS, AND THEIR ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE 13 2.1 Atoms, Ions, and Matter 13 2.1.1 Atomic Structure 14 2.1.2 Electronic Structure 15 2.1.2.1 Quantum Numbers 16 2.1.2.2 Stationary-State Notation 18 2.1.2.3 Stationary-State Transition Notation 20 2.1.2.4 Stationary States 21 2.1.2.5 Spin Orbit Splitting 23 2.2 Summary 25 3 XPS INSTRUMENTATION 27 3.1 Prerequisites of X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) 27 3.1.1 Vacuum 28 3.1.1.1 Vacuum Systems 32 3.1.2 X-ray Sources 35 3.1.2.1 Standard Sources 37 3.1.2.2 Monochromated Sources 39 3.1.2.3 Gas Discharge Lamps 41 3.1.2.4 Synchrotron Sources 41 3.1.3 Electron Sources 42 3.1.3.1 Thermionic Sources 42 3.1.4 Ion Sources 43 3.1.4.1 EI Sources 43 3.1.5 Energy Analyzers 44 3.1.5.1 CMA 46 3.1.5.2 CHA 46 3.1.5.3 Modes of Operation 47 3.1.5.4 Energy Resolution 48 3.1.6 Detectors 49 3.1.6.1 EMs 50 3.1.7 Imaging 52 3.1.7.1 Serial Imaging 52 3.1.7.2 Parallel Imaging 54 3.1.7.3 Spatial Resolution 56 3.2 Summary 59 4 DATA COLLECTION AND QUANTIFICATION 61 4.1 Analysis Procedures 61 4.1.1 Sample Handling 62 4.1.2 Data Collection 64 4.1.3 Energy Referencing 65 4.1.4 Charge Compensation 69 4.1.5 X-ray and Electron-Induced Damage 71 4.2 Photoelectron Intensities 72 4.2.1 Photoelectron Cross Sections 74 4.2.2 The Analyzed Volume 75 4.2.2.1 Electron Path Lengths 76 4.2.2.2 Takeoff Angle 79 4.2.3 The Background Signal 80 4.2.4 Quantification 81 4.3 Information as a Function of Depth 83 4.3.1 Opening up the Third Dimension 84 4.3.1.1 AR-XPS and Energy-Resolved XPS 84 4.3.1.2 Sputter Depth Profiling 87 4.4 Summary 97 5 SPECTRAL INTERPRETATION 101 5.1 Speciation 101 5.1.1 Photoelectron Binding Energies 102 5.1.1.1 The Z + 1 Approximation 106 5.1.1.2 Initial State Effects 107 5.1.1.3 Final State Effects 118 5.1.1.4 The Auger Parameter 133 5.1.1.5 Curve Fitting 135 5.2 Summary 138 6 SOME CASE STUDIES 141 6.1 Overview 141 6.1.1 Iodine Impregnation of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube (SWNT) 142 6.1.2 Analysis of Group IIA IV Metal Oxides 145 6.1.3 Analysis of Mixed Metal Oxides of Interest as SOFC Cathodes 151 6.1.4 Analysis of YBCO and Related Oxides/Carbonates 156 6.2 Summary 163 APPENDICES 167 APPENDIX A PERIODIC TABLE OF THE ELEMENTS 169 APPENDIX B BINDING ENERGIES (B.E.XPS OR B.E.XRF) OF THE ELEMENTS 171 B.1 1s-3s, 2p-3p, and 3d Values 171 B.2 4s-5s, 4p-5p, and 4d Values 175 APPENDIX C SOME QUANTUM MECHANICS CALCULATIONS OF INTEREST 177 APPENDIX D SOME STATISTICAL DISTRIBUTIONS OF INTEREST 181 D.1 Gaussian Distribution 182 D.2 Poisson Distribution 182 D.3 Lorentzian Distributions 183 APPENDIX E SOME OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF INTEREST 185 E.1 Chromatic Aberrations 186 E.2 Spherical Aberrations 186 E.3 Diffraction Limit 186 APPENDIX F SOME OTHER SPECTROSCOPICSPECTROMETRIC TECHNIQUES OF INTEREST 189 F.1 Photon Spectroscopies 191 F.1.1 IR, RAIRS, ATR, and DRIFTS 191 F.1.2 Raman, SERS, and TERS 192 F.1.3 EDX and WDX 193 F.1.4 XRF and TXRF 194 F.2 Electron Spectroscopies 195 F.2.1 UPS 195 F.2.2 AES 195 F.2.3 EELS, REELS, and HREELS 196 F.3 Ion Spectroscopies Spectrometries 196 F.3.1 SIMS 196 F.3.2 TAP 197 F.3.3 Ion Scattering Methods 197 APPENDIX G SOME MICROSCOPIES OF INTEREST 199 G.1 SEM 200 G.2 HIM 201 G.3 TEM 201 G.4 SPM (AFM and STM)-Based Techniques 202 APPENDIX H SOME REFLECTIONDIFFRACTION TECHNIQUES OF INTEREST 205 H.1 XRD 206 H.2 GID 206 H.3 XRR 207 H.4 LEED 207 H.5 RHEED 207 TECHNIQUE ABBREVIATIONS LIST 209 INSTRUMENT-BASED ABBREVIATIONS 213 GLOSSARY OF TERMS 215 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 221 XPS VENDORS 229 REFERENCES 233 INDEX 237

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  • ISBN13: 9781118062531
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 264
  • ID: 9781118062531
  • weight: 604
  • ISBN10: 1118062531

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