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XANES data show two strong and sharp peaks, A and B, for the two compounds v~ith slight differences in the precise positions. This peak shift can be associated with different Fe--C and C - - N distances as illustrated in Fig. 20. 04 A. 026 A contraction of the F e - - C distance. 5 eV and 17 eV in Fe(II) and Fe(III) complex. 028 A contraction observed by X-ray diffraction. Finally, the differences of line shapes in the two complexes can be explained, according to the authors, by small distortions of the Fe(CN)6 group.

20. 04 A. 026 A contraction of the F e - - C distance. 5 eV and 17 eV in Fe(II) and Fe(III) complex. 028 A contraction observed by X-ray diffraction. Finally, the differences of line shapes in the two complexes can be explained, according to the authors, by small distortions of the Fe(CN)6 group. 25 Alain Mosset and Jean Galy 2Zl b Fig. 20. 958 A. 011 A, (curve 4). 217 A (curve 4). (from 52)) 2'o 3'o 5o 6o Energy (eV) 5 Conclusion The development of new storage rings, among which ESRF is an entigthened example, is directly related to the remarkable and successful contribution in Science to the study of new phenomena and especially to the understanding of the fine structure of the matter.

Electronic and structural information on selected sites can be obtained in complex systems. The characteristic of x-ray spectroscopy is that by tuning the x-ray energy it is possible to select the atomic species in which the excitation takes place and by selecting different core levels in the same atom the symmetry of the unoccupied states (the final electronic states) can be selected. The spectra of atoms are characterized by a set of bound Rydberg states below the photoionization threshold E0 for excitations in the continuum 1- 31 The Rydberg states become very weak in molecules 4-7) and disappear in condensed systems.

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