2. 吸収端近傍のX線を使って─(2)特定の元素に着目して─ 局所構造をDAFSで捉える [in Japanese] Study of Local Structure by DAFS [in Japanese]
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We will describe a rather new X-ray structural technique, Diffraction Anomalous Fine Structure (DAFS), in which the Bragg diffraction intensities of a fixed momentum transfer is measured as a function of the incident X-ray energy. This technique can provide the same short-range structural information as XAFS.<BR>Because DAFS combines the capabilities of diffraction and XAFS into a single technique, it has two enhanced sensitivities compared to the separate technique. These are "spatial selectivity" and " site selectivity". In this chapter semiconductor interface structure study as an example for spatial selectivity and structural study of high Tc superconductor as an example for site selectivity will be shown.
X-RAYS 39(1), 31-36, 1997-02-28
The Crystallographic Society of Japan