# A novel SAM technique for the direct measurement of backscattering factors and the elucidation of background shapes in AES

@article{Gomati1985ANS,
title={A novel SAM technique for the direct measurement of backscattering factors and the elucidation of background shapes in AES},
author={Mohamed El Gomati},
journal={Surface Science},
year={1985},
volume={152},
pages={877-883}
}
• M. Gomati
• Published 1 April 1985
• Physics
• Surface Science
9 Citations
• Physics
• 1986
The shape of N(E) has been obtained from a carefully characterized electron spectrometer for 24 different elements and compounds. The secondary electron cascade has been found to obey a form N(E) =
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A Monte Carlo model employing a screened Rutherford scattering cross-section and the Bethe energy loss approximation has been used to investigate the thickness dependence of the backscattering
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A scanning electron microscope equipped with an x-ray detector has been used to characterize the thickness and elemental composition of coating on substrates. The proportionality between the x-ray
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A method for quantifying Auger spectra and including matrix effects is described. This method corrects iteratively for the effects of electron back-scattering, the inelastic mean free path and atomic
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The York multi-spectral scanning Auger microscope has been used to investigate the correlations between Auger and backscattered electron images collected simultaneously from a electron spectrometer
The goal of this review is to help analysts solve the problems that are encountered in using X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and AES in a regular laboratory with commercially available equipment.

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