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Dips and peaks in fluorescence yield X-ray absorption are due to state-dependent decay

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Figure 1: Simulated state-dependent decay rates yielding dips and peaks in a FY XAS spectrum.

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de Groot, F. Dips and peaks in fluorescence yield X-ray absorption are due to state-dependent decay. Nature Chem 4, 766–767 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1038/nchem.1431

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