Thursday, January 06, 2011

CasaXPS software training for XPS/ESCA

The course will include an overview of the features in CasaXPS, converting data in different file formats (such as from Kratos, Physical Electronics, and Thermo Fisher Scientific [formerly VG]) into the ISO standard format, different display modes, different peak identification and labeling methods, different background subtraction methods (linear, Shirley, Tougaard,…), peak areas, sensitivity factors and their linked databases, quantitative analysis using default transitions and user-selected transitions, adding peaks, curve fitting, selection of lineshapes and backgrounds, curve fitting using reference spectra, combining curve fit data into quantitative analysis tables, correcting energy scale for sample charging, propagating processed data to other data, depth profile data, least squares fitting, annotation relative to peaks or to the display box, spectrum zoom, inserting additional spectra within a window, copying spectra into reports, changing aspect ratios, changing fonts, changing line colors, batch processing, customizing CasaXPS, creating and saving versions with special databases, and its use in data processing with other techniques such as AES and SIMS.

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