The challenge of constructing an international XAFS database.

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Summary of "The challenge of constructing an international XAFS database."

The present state of XAFS databases, particularly in Japan, and proposals for future directions are presented. International collaboration is important for enlarging the database for further development of XAFS spectroscopy.


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Name: Journal of synchrotron radiation
ISSN: 1600-5775
Pages: 967-971


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