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Anders Nilsson

ETH-FAST Fellow from 29 October - 1 November 2012

Photo_anders   Anders Nilsson

Professor at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Menlo Park, CA USA
Stanford University

Research Area: X-ray and electron spectroscopies applied to surfaces and interfaces, chemical bonding and reactions on surfaces, hydrogen bonding in water and organic systems, aqueous solutions and interfaces, heterogenous and biomimetric enzyme catalysis

Anders Nilsson leads the 
Surface Science and X-ray Spectroscopy Group.

Seminar cycle in the area of X-ray and electron spectroscopy


29.10.2012, X-ray and electron spectroscopy on surfaces, general principle (PDF, 1.75 MB)
30.10.12, X-ray and electron spectroscopy for probing processes in catalysis (PDF, 12.92 MB)
31.10.12, Chemical Bonding on Surfaces (PDF, 14.99 MB)
01.11.12, Ultrafast Bond Breaking on Surfaces (PDF, 13.94 MB)

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