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this video is an introduction to xps xps is most often viewed through the analysis of xps data which involves using software to work out quantification and chemical state information based on spectra that are gathered from samples but to properly understand how the sample is analyzed in terms of the software its important to have some appreciation of the xps technique itself so this involves having an understanding of what were looking at in terms of energy spectra and also how spectra are acquired that will then be processed to produce the information that were after an xps spectrum is an energy spectrum and the energy spectrum is acquired by changing the energy at which we sample the number of electrons that arrive at a detector and as a consequence of these types of measurements we can create a histogram of intensity as a function of energy here its plotted as intensity as a function of binding energy and the binding energy is related to an electronic configuration with an atom