N. Bohr

W. Röntgen

M. Faraday
754 Leona Lane
Mountain View
CA, 94040, USA
FAX: -1-650-961-8591
Tel: -1-650-961-6620

Principal Design Concepts and Features
SpecMaster Database Systems

  • Complete sets of practical grade monochromatic XPS spectra  (wide scan, C 1s, O 1s, principal metal signal)

  • All spectra data-files are correlated since they were collected at the same time and kept together in one data-file

  • Valence band, Auger signals, and secondary signals are included when useful

  • Full access to original raw numeric data (in ASCII or binary code form)

  • Fully processed sets of spectra are saved to memory as examples  (note: fully processed systems are optional)

  • Modular directories that allow restructuring as desired

  • Multi-purpose: reference data, teach self, teach others, avoid problems, study problems…..

  • Organized by material classes, techniques, practical study or research method

  • Practical systemization using existing software

  • Unique "Self-Consistent" single-source that maximizes reliability of assignments and derived information

  • Compatible with 32 and 64 bit versions of Windows

  • On-line searching of directories by scrolling pop-up and pull-down menus

  • Easy-to-understand filenames and directories Common chemical formula names are used: e.g. "Cr2O3"

  • Commonplace material names are used: e.g. "Glasses"

  • Commonplace technique names are used: e.g. "AR-XPS"

  • Filenames are commonplace names or chemical formula, e.g. "Al2O3_1"  or SS 310 or PMMA

  • Long filenames are now being introduced

  • Numeric suffixes have been used whenever essential

  • Comprehensible alphabetic filenames identify the contents of the 80+ directories

  • Numeric filenames, which are almost meaningless, were avoided



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