Making use of x-ray optical effects in photoelectron-, Auger electron-, and x-ray emission spectroscopies: Total reflection, standing-wave excitation, and resonant effects

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@inproceedings{Yang2013MakingUO, title={Making use of x-ray optical effects in photoelectron-, Auger electron-, and x-ray emission spectroscopies: Total reflection, standing-wave excitation, and resonant effects}, author={S. W. Yang and Alexander X. Gray and A. M. Kaiser and Bongjin Simon Mun and B. C. Sell and Jeffrey B Kortright and Charles S Fadley}, year={2013} }