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Atomic level characterization by synchrotron radiation for the design of high performance catalysts

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SPring-8 is the largest third-generation synchrotron radiation facility in the world. Synchrotron radiation is the most powerful light source currently available, especially in the EUV and X-ray regions, and in the research area of catalysis synchrotron radiation offers a very useful analysis method, i.e. XAFS. This spectroscopic investigative technique enables the determination of the chemical states and local structure of the atoms in the specific elements of a sample. Here, we introduce the SPring-8 facility and report how synchrotron radiation XAFS spectroscopy is utilized for the characterization and analysis of catalysts.


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