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X-ray Spectroscopy

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X-ray Spectroscopy is a broadly used method to investigate atomic local structure as well as electronic states. Very generally, an X-ray strikes an atom and excites a core electron that can either be promoted to an unoccupied level, or ejected from the atom; both of these processes will create a core hole.

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