Exporting Ascii Form Of Background Subtracted Data In Casaxps

Published on Oct. 30, 2016

A peak model prepared for an S 2p doublet complete with loss peaks associated with WS2 2D material is exported to a spreadsheet program. The exported data appear as columns of ASCII values corresponding to the background subtracted data together with each component peak and synthetic envelope resulting from fitting the peak model to the S 2p spectrum. The example illustrates the process of creating background subtracted data, copying processed data to a new VAMAS block and extracting an energy interval as a separate VAMAS block from which the final form of the peak model is exported through the clipboard.