Beginners Level Course

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Getting Started with CasaXPS 2.3.18

Installing and Licensing CasaXPS 2.3.18 Click Here or mp4 Mode Click Here

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Setting Fonts and Colours for 2.3.18 Click Here or mp4 Mode Click Here

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Introduction to XPS

Relative Sensitivity of XPS Peaks Click Here or mp4 Mode Click Here

Survey Data and Photoemission Peaks Click Here or mp4 Mode Click Here

Introduction to Quantification by Regions Click Here or mp4 Mode Click Here

Creating a Quantification from a Survey Spectrum Click Here or mp4 Mode Click Here

Creating and Exporting Quantification for a Survey Spectrum Click Here or mp4 Mode Click Here

Converting Data to VAMAS Format

Creating kal Files for Kratos Data Click Here or mp4 Mode Click Here

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Kratos Data Click Here or mp4 Mode Click Here

Thermo Data Click Here or mp4 Mode Click Here

X-Y Data Click Here or mp4 Mode Click Here

ULVAC PHI data Click Here or mp4 Mode Click Here

FTIR Spectra ASCII format Click Here or mp4 Mode Click Here

Graphical User Interface Videos Click Here

Chemical State Analysis using Peak Models

Simple Metal and Oxide Peak Model Click Here or mp4 Mode Click Here

Annotation of Spectra

Creating Peak Label Annotation

A survey spectrum is annotated with peak labels. The element library and the Peak Labels property page of the Annotation dialog window are used to label the Ga 2p, Ga 3s, Ga 3p and Ga LMM Auger lines. Click Here or mp4 Mode Click Here

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Creating Regions on Survey Data using Annotation Labels

Peak Label Annotation is used to create quantification regions on survey spectra. Regions are created for two photoemission peaks from sodium and are used to investigate differences between a set of measurements from related samples. Data are initially converted from ULVAC PHI Multipak spe binary files to VAMAS format, following which escape depth corrected Scofield cross-sections are used to compare intensities calculated from Na 1s and Na 2s peaks. Appropriate RSFs are selected from the element library through the Create from Labels button on the Regions Property Page. Click Here or mp4 Mode Click Here

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Display Options

Page of Display Tiles and the Global Property Page on the Tile Display Parameters Dialog Window

A set of display tiles is defined and used to display N 1s all using the same intensity range rather than allowing each individual display tile to have independent scales determined directly from the data displayed therein. The Global property page of the Tile Display Parameter dialog window is used to transfer a specific intensity interval to the other five display tiles.

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Display Tile and using the Options Menu to Insert Tiles within Tiles

Two display tiles showing high resolution spectra are added to a display tile used to plot survey data. The video illustrate how the Options menu on the CasaXPS main window makes available tools for managing the display in terms of tiles within tiles. Each such display tile is fully functional and provide more than simply displaying data, but also permit processing and the preparation of quantification items including full peak models for spectroscopic data.

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