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### KaiShen

Course: CEM 924, Fall 2008
School: Michigan State University
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Report Literature For CEM924 Experimental approaches to the study of insulating materials by electron spectroscopy Kai SHEN Experimental approaches to the study of insulating materials by electron spectroscopy Kai SHEN Abstract: This report reviews various experimental approaches to obtain useful spectra for insulator using electron spectroscopy. Charging mechanisms are discussed and successful application of...

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