international xafs society

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international xafs society

The International X-ray Absorption Society (IXAS) is an international scientific organization representing all those working on the fine structure associated with inner shell excitation (near edge and extended) by various probes (e.g. x-rays and electrons), and related techniques for which the data is interpreted on the same physical basis. The study of the fine structure of the absorption spectra is important for understanding fine details of the atomic and electron structure of matter in any aggregation state. The IXAS is the reference organization for scientists, students and practitioners using various x-ray based experimental techniques (XAS, EXAFS, XAFS, XANES, NEXAFS citing just a few of them) usually conducted at synchrotron radiation facilities. One commonly used acronym, XAFS, stands for X-Ray Absorption Fine-Structure. The purpose of the IXAS is to oversee activities which benefit the community as a whole, to establish operational committees, to provide for education in the field, to disseminate relevant information, to work with other related regional, national and professional organizations in promoting and developing XAS and related disciplines, and to act as representative for the community to other professional organizations. The current organization is a result of long-standing mostly voluntary efforts by principal researchers in this field.

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