BM08 - XAFS/XRF (X-ray Absorption Fine Structure/X-ray Fluorescence) spectroscopy beamline




Welcome to the XAFS/XRF beamline at SESAME.

XAFS/XRF is a beamline dedicated to X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy. It is built on the bending magnet at the eighth cell of the SESAME storage ring (BM08) and allows access to a wide energy range: from 4.7 to 30 keV, with high photon flux (109-1012 ph/s) and high beam stability. This meets the needs of a large number of researchers.

The XAFS/XRF beamline is designed for X-ray spectroscopic studies in all fields of science.

The monochromatic X-ray beam of XAFS/XRF, combined with the highly-sensitive 64 element silicon drift detector, and the ionization chambers and motorized stages for sample and detector movements offers the synergistic application of X-Ray Absorption and Fluorescence Spectroscopy for multidisciplinary applications.

This instrument, which has been hosting users since July 2018, may be used in numerous fields of research among which: environmental science, energy storage, cultural heritage, and catalysis, as well as solid state physics and bio-chemistry. 

Beamline Optical Layout

The XAFS/XRF beamline is located at the bending-magnet port BM08 of the SESAME storage ring. The beamline optics uses horizontally a fan of 3.0 mrad of synchrotron radiation of the SESAME bending magnet (1.45 T magnetic field with a critical energy 6.05 keV). 


XAFS/XRF beamline - General view
XAFS/XRF beamline - General view


Front End

The first beamline element, after the photon shatter, is a water-cooled fixed mask, which defines the acceptance of the beam line (3.0 mrad horizontally and 0.6 mrad vertically) and reduces the heat load on the optical components by cutting off the off-axis radiation. This mask is followed by a pair of water-cooled white beam slits to define the primary beam size and a water-cooled copper rod equipped with three filters of different thickness for heat management. The beamline vacuum is separated from the ring vacuum by a CVD window (250 µm thickness). To further protect the storage ring vacuum from ruptures of the beam line vacuum a fast closing shutter is installed in the front-end section. Its sensor is placed just before the CVD window in the optical hutch. 

Beamline Optics 

The main elements are a fixed-exit double-crystal monochromator (DCM) located between a collimating and focusing cylindrically bent mirrors installed before and after the monochromator, respectively; each of the mirrors is double coated Si and Pt. The primary water-cooled slits are located at 12.8 m from the source after the fixed, they define the horizontal and vertical dimensions of the polychromatic beam impinging the collimating mirror (VCM, first mirror). diagnostic tools are installed after each major component such as beam position wire monitors located after the VCM and DCM and an x-ray sensitive screen that can be inserted just after the vertically focusing mirror (VFM, second mirror). Both mirrors are tilted to grazing angles (~ 2.8 mrad) in order to optimize simultaneously the angular acceptance of the incoming beam and the mirror reflectivity. Finally, a monochromatic shutter is installed at the end of the hutch for allowing the experimenter to access experimental hutches while keeping a constant heat load on the optics.


Top view of the beamline optics
Top view of the beamline optics


Mirrors reflectivity at 2.8 mrad incident beam angle for Pt and Si coating for the Si coating so that the Pt L edges artifacts in the beam are covered
Mirrors reflectivity at 2.8 mrad incident beam angle for Pt and Si coating
for the Si coating so that the Pt L edges artifacts in the beam are covered


Sample manipulator

Sample manipulator

Experimental Station (End Station)

An optical table with 6-axis of freedom is used as support for different detectors (ICs, XRF detectors) as well as the support for some sample manipulator and other sample environment devises.

The standard sample manipulator consists of several modules including a horizontal and vertical translation stages as well as rotational stages covering 360° in addition to swivelling stage. The manipulator can take up to 10kg load and allow the installation and alignment of most in-situ experimental setups.



Detectors and experimental setup:

XAFS data can be collected in both transmission and fluorescence mode:

  • Transmission mode:
    3 ionization chambers are used. Two ICs (15 cm) are used downstream and upstream the sample for recording I0 and It and a third one (30 cm) used for recording the reference.
  • Fluorescence mode:
    Two detectors are available for use in fluorescence mode:

    Multi-element SDD state-of-the-art and unique fluorescence detector developed by INFN for samples with extreme low content (down to few ppm)

    • 64 elements
    • High count rate (~15 M cts/s)
    • Higher efficiency (low deadtime)

    Single element SDD for samples with concentration (>100 ppm)

    • 1 element D-XAS Ketek 
    • “DXP-Mercury” electronics from XIA
    • ICR (~1 Mcts/s)​​​​​​

The experimental setup in transmission and fluorescence mode for XAFS data acquisition

The experimental setup in transmission and fluorescence mode for XAFS data acquisition


    Sample Environment

    LN2 Cryojet for cooling sample (~95 K)
              LN2 Cryojet for cooling sample (~95 K)
    • LN2 Cryojet to cool down the sample to a temperature of about 95 K.
    • Users can bring their own equipment for in-situ experiment (Cell, furnace, etc.) can be adapted to the beamline experimental station. 
      • Please note that the spatial resolution of the bam on sample doesn´t allow any experiment with small beam such as high-pressure using diamond cells or elemental XRF mapping. 
    • All forms of samples are accepted whether solid (bulk or powder), liquid and/or gas. If holders do not exist yet at the beamline, they can be fabricated at the SESAME workshop.

    Users are reminded that they should contact the XRF/XAFS beamline scientists when drafting their proposal to discuss the sample environments and beamline characteristcs.



    Beamline Energy Range
    4.7 - 30 [keV]
    Max Flux On Sample
    5 * 1011 [ph/s] @ 8 [keV]
    Spot Size On Sample Hor
    1 - 20 [mm]
    Spot Size On Sample Vert
    1 - 5 [mm]

    Bending Magnet (D08)

    Bending Magnet
    Source Divergence Sigma
    X = 266.6 [urad], Y = 11.5 [urad]
    Source Size Sigma
    X = 232.3 [um], Y = 81 [um]

    DCM - Si(111)

    Energy Range
    4.7 - 30 [keV]
    Fixed Exit Beam
    Resolving Power
    1 * 10-4 [deltaE/E]

    DCM - Si(311)

    Energy Range
    4.7 - 30 [keV]
    Fixed Exit Beam
    Resolving Power
    5 * 10-5 [deltaE/E]


    Vertical Collimating Mirror

    Dimensions (mm): 1200 x 70
    Active area (mm): 1000 x 70
    Coatings : Double coating Si and Pt
    Angle of incidence (mrad) : 2.8 (can vary)
    Substrate: Silicon single crystal
    Cooling: Water cooled
    Flatness: Cylindrical
    Type of bender: Pneumatic
    Minimum radius (km): 5.3


    Vertical Focusing Mirror

    Dimensions (mm): 1200 x 70
    Active area (mm): 1000 x 70
    Coatings : Double coating Si and Pt
    Angle of incidence (mrad) : Variable
    Substrate: ZERODUR
    Cooling: Uncooled
    Flatness: Cylindrical
    Type of bender: Pneumatic
    Minimum radius (km): 5.3

    End Station

    The experimental station is equipped with an optical table with 6 axis of freedom and used as support for different detectors (ICs, XRF detectors) as well as for the sample manipulator and other sample environmental devises.
    Endstation Operative


    Sample Type
    Crystal, Amorphous, Powder, Gel, Liquid, Gas

    Techniques usage

    Absorption / EXAFS
    XAFS data can be collected in Transmission and Fluorescence mode

    INFN (Multi SDD)

    A Multi Silicon Drift Detector (64 SDDs)
    Fluorescence Detector based on 64 SDDs
    Operating temperature range: +24 to -45 °C
    Signal output: Low noise preamplifier
    sensitive area: 9 mm2 per SDD
    Total collimated sensitive area: : 499 mm2
    Resolution (FWHM) @5.9keV: < 150 eV (1Mcps with 1.6 μs pt)
    Sampling rate: up to 15 Mcps
    Output Readout Software
    FICUS (developed by INFN, Elettra, SESAME)


    Detected Particle

    Ketek (Singl El. SDD)

    AXAS-D VITUS SDD (Single Element)
    Operating temperature range: 0 to +50°C
    Signal output: Low noise preamplifier
    Peaking time range: 0.1 to 24 μs in 24 steps
    Active Area: 20 mm2
    Resolution (FWHM) @5.9keV - 125 eV (100 Kcps with 2 μs picking time)
    Output Readout Software
    EPICS based MEDM with Graphical User Interface


    Detected Particle

    • Sample Type: Crystal, Amorphous, Powder, Gel and Liquid.
    • A modest set of tools for sample preparation can be used to prepare samples such as spatulas, balance, mortars, hydraulic press for pallets (12 mm dies), binders, etc. 



    Fig. - Different tools for sample preparation


    • Users are offered the help to calculate the thickness of the samples and to prepare pallets.
    • Data are collected using a home developed (Python based) software.
    • XAFS (XANES & EXAFS) data are saved in an ASCII format.
    • XRF data are saved in JSON, CSV or HDF5 formats.

    Many software can be used for Software for XAFS and XRF data analyses. Available on beamline platform are:

    2023 (9), 2022 (10), 2021 (11), 2020 (6), 2019 (4), All (40), Thesis (1)


    1. Optimizing the electrochemical activity and understanding the reaction mechanism of Li3.27FeII0.19FeIII0.81V(PO4)3 cathode material for lithium-ion batteries
      Journal of Power Sources, Vol. 575, pp. 233190 (2023)
      H. Aziam, A. Mahmoud, D. Mikhailova, M. Harfouche, I. Saadoune, H. Ben Youcef
      doi: 10.1016/j.jpowsour.2023.233190

    2. Strategy to Probe the Local Atomic Structure of Luminescent Rare Earth Complexes by X-ray Absorption Near-Edge Spectroscopy Simulation Using a Machine Learning-Based PyFitIt Approach
      Inorg. Chem., Vol. 00 - 00, pp. 0000-0000 (2023)
      L.U. Khan, Z.U. Khan, L. Blois, L. Tabassam, H.F. Brito, S.J.A. Figueroa
      doi: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.2c03850

    3. Colloidal Quantum Dots as an Emerging Vast Platform and Versatile Sensitizer for Singlet Molecular Oxygen Generation
      ACS Omega, Vol. 00, pp. 0000-0000 (2023)
      Z.U. Khan, L.U. Khan, H.F. Brito, M. Gidlund, O.L. Malta, P. Di Mascio
      doi: 10.1021/acsomega.3c03962

      Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, Vol. 23 - 1, pp. 199-208 (2023)
      S. Al Khasawneh, K. Khasawneh, A. Aldrabee, M. Harfouche
      doi: 10.5281/zenodo.7775790

    5. L-shell x-ray fluorescence relative intensities for elements with 62
      Chinese Physics B, Vol. 32 - 8, pp. 083201
      M. Alqadi, S. Al-Humaidi, H. Alkhateeb, F. Alzoubi
      doi: 10.1088/1674-1056/accb46

    6. Local atomic structure order and electrochemical properties of NiO based nano-catalysts for ethanol sensing at room temperature
      Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, Vol. 175, pp. 111201-111211 (2023)
      F Sajid, N Jabeen, LU Khan, M Sohail, A Rehman, Z Akhter
      doi: 10.1016/j.jpcs.2022.111201

    7. Crystal structures, Hirshfeld surfaces, Infrared, and XRF/XAFS studies of Long-chain 2D Lead-free Hybrid Perovskite NH3(CH2)9NH3MCl4 (M = Mn, Co, Cu)
      Journal of Molecular Structure, Vol. 1276, pp. 134757 (2023)
      S.K. Abdel-Aal, M. Harfouche, A. Ouasri, A.S. Abdel-Rahman
      doi: 10.1016/j.molstruc.2022.134757

    8. Singlet Molecular Oxygen Generation via Unexpected Emission Color-Tunable CdSe/ZnS Nanocrystals for Applications in Photodynamic Therapy
      ACS Appl. Nano Mater., Vol. , pp. (2023)
      ZU Khan, LU Khan, MK Uchiyama, FM Prado, RL Faria, IF Costa, S Miyamoto, K Araki, M Gidlund, HF Brito, P Di Mascio
      doi: 10.1021/acsanm.2c05482

    9. Insight into the Local Atomic Structure Order and Luminescence of Rare Earths
      The Nucleus, Vol. 60 - 1, pp. 78-85 (2023)
      L.U. Khan, Z.U. Khan, M.A. Umar
      doi: 10.

    1. Synthesis and Characterization of a Carbon-Supported Cobalt Nitride Nano-Catalyst
      ChemNanoMat, Vol. 8 - 2, pp. e202100428-17 (2022)
      A Rubab, N Baig, M Sher, M Ali, A Ul-Hamid, N Jabeen, LU Khan, M Sohail
      doi: 10.1002/cnma.202100428

    2. Temperature-Dependent Speciation Analysis of Chromium Immobilized in Calcium Hydroxyapatite Matrix
      International Journal of Environmental Research, Vol. 16 - 4, pp. 40 (2022)
      S Iqbal, Y Faiz, M Harfouche, M Saifullah, J Yun
      doi: 10.2139/ssrn.3926998

    3. Emergence of the first XAFS/XRF beamline in the Middle East: providing studies of elements and their atomic/electronic structure in pluridisciplinary research fields
      Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, Vol. 29 - 4, pp. (2022)
      M Harfouche, M Abdellatief, Y Momani, A Abbadi, M Al Najdawi, M Al Zoubi, B Aljamal, S Matalgah, LU Khan, A Lausi, G Paolucci
      doi: 10.1107/S1600577522005215

    4. Hydrothermal synthesis and characterization of transition metal (Mn/Fe/Cu) co-doped cerium oxide-based nano-additives for potential use in the reduction of exhaust emission from spark ignition engines
      RSC Adv., Vol. 12 - 24, pp. 15564-15574 (2022)
      N Qadeer, N Jabeen, LU Khan, M Sohail, M Zaheer, M Vaqas, A Kanwal, F Sajid, S Qamar, Z Akhter
      doi: 10.1039/D2RA01954J

    5. High Dielectric Transparent Film Tailored by Acceptor and Donor Codoping
      Small, Vol. n/a - n/a, pp. 2107168 (2022)
      D Huang, Y Shi, M Younas, RTA Khan, M Nadeem, K Shati, M Harfouche, U Kentsch, Z Liu, Y Li, S Zhou, A Kuznestov, FC Ling
      doi: 10.1002/smll.202107168

    6. Hierarchical Porous Carbon Nitride-Crumpled Nanosheet-Embedded Copper Single Atoms: An Efficient Catalyst for Carbon Monoxide Oxidation
      ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, Vol. 14 - 36, pp. 40749-40760 (2022)
      K. Eid, M.H. Sliem, M. Alejji, A.M. Abdullah, M. Harfouche, R.S. Varma
      doi: 10.1021/acsami.2c06782

    7. Coupling between [gamma]-irradiation and synchrotron-radiation-based XAFS techniques for studying Mn-doped ZnO nanoparticles
      Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, Vol. 29 - 5, pp. (2022)
      NG Imam, M Harfouche, AA Azab, S Solyman
      doi: 10.1107/S1600577522006439

    8. Ag/AgCl Clusters Derived from AgCu Alloy Nanoparticles as Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction
      Sustainable Energy Fuels, Vol. , pp. (2022)
      T. Balkan, H. Küçükkeçeci, D. Aksoy, M. Harfouche, O. Metin, K. Sarp
      doi: 10.1039/D2SE00472K

    9. Electronic and crystal structure analyses of boron doped LiFeO2 cathode material by the XAFS spectroscopy
      Materials Today Communications, Vol. 31, pp. 103571 (2022)
      S Gunaydin, M Harfouche, OM Ozkendir
      doi: 10.1016/j.mtcomm.2022.103571

    10. Wide visible-range activatable fluorescence ZnSe:Eu3+/Mn2+@ZnS quantum dots: local atomic structure order and application as a nanoprobe for bioimaging
      J. Mater. Chem. B, Vol. 10 - 2, pp. 247-261 (2022)
      ZU Khan, MK Uchiyama, LU Khan, K Araki, H Goto, MCFC Felinto, AO de Souza, HF de Brito, M Gidlund
      doi: 10.1039/D1TB01870A

    1. Study on crystallographic and electronic structure of micrometre-scale ZnO and ZnO:B rods via X-ray absorption fine-structure spectroscopy
      Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, Vol. 28, pp. 448-454 (2021)
      S. Erat, O.M. Ozkendir, S. Yildirimcan, S. Gunaydin, M. Harfouche, B. Demir, A. Braun
      doi: 10.1107/S1600577520015866

    2. Synchrotron X-ray fluorescence and X-ray absorption near edge structure of low concentration arsenic in ambient air particulates
      J. Anal. At. Spectrom., Vol. 36 - 5, pp. 981-992 (2021)
      AA Shaltout, M Harfouche, FAS Hassan, D Eichert
      doi: 10.1039/D0JA00504E

    3. Carbide-Supported PtRu Catalysts for Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction in Alkaline Electrolyte
      ACS Catal., Vol. 11 - 2, pp. 932-947 (2021)
      ER Hamo, RK Singh, JC Douglin, S Chen, MB Hassine, E Carbo-Argibay, S Lu, H Wang, PJ Ferreira, BA Rosen, DR Dekel
      doi: 10.1021/acscatal.0c03973

    4. Synchrotron XANES and EXAFS evidences for Cr+6 and V+5 reduction within the oil shale ashes through mixing with natural additives and hydration process
      Heliyon, Vol. 7 - 4, pp. e06769 (2021)
      T. El-Hasan, M. Harfouche, A. Aldrabee, N. Abdelhadi, N. Abu-Jaber, G. Aquilanti
      doi: 10..1016/j.heliyon.2021.e06769

    5. Seed-mediated synthesis and characterization of ZnO-Fe2O3 nanospheres: Building up the core-shell model
      Journal of Crystal Growth, Vol. 572, pp. 126279 (2021)
      S.I. Ahmed
      doi: 10.1016/j.jcrysgro.2021.126279

    6. Synthesis and comparative evaluation of optical and electrochemical properties of Ni+2 and Pr+3 ions co-doped mesoporous TiO2 nanoparticles with undoped Titania
      Applied Nanoscience, Vol. 11 - 9, pp. 2397-2413 (2021)
      A Bashir, U Rafique, R Bashir, S Jamil, F Bashir, M Sultan, M Mubeen, Z Mehmood, A Iqbal, Z Akhter
      doi: 10.1007/s13204-021-02049-2

    7. Investigating Local Structure of Ion-Implanted (Ni2+) and Thermally Annealed Rock Salt CoO Film by EXAFS Simulation Using Evolutionary Algorithm
      ACS Appl. Energy Mater., Vol. 4 - 3, pp. 2049-2055 (2021)
      LU Khan, N Jabeen, I Jabbar, S Jamil, A Kanwal, Z Akhter, M Usman, MZ Abid, M Harfouche
      doi: 10.1021/acsaem.0c02676

    8. Magnetic Properties and Environmental Temperature Effects on Battery Performance of Na0.67Mn0.5Fe0.5O2
      Energy Technology, Vol. 9 - 5, pp. 2001130 (2021)
      S. Altin, A. Bayri, E. Altin, E. Oz, S. Yasar, S. AltundaAY, M. Harfouche, S. Avci
      doi: 10.1002/ente.202001130

    9. The significance of the local structure of cobalt-based catalysts on the photoelectrochemical water oxidation activity of BiVO4
      Electrochimica Acta, Vol. 366, pp. 137467 (2021)
      M Barzgar Vishlaghi, A Kahraman, S Apaydin, E Usman, D Aksoy, T Balkan, S Munir, M Harfouche, H Ogasawara, S Kaya
      doi: 10.1016/j.electacta.2020.137467

    10. Geochemical changes of Mn in contaminated agricultural soils nearby historical mine tailings: Insights from XAS, XRD and, SEP
      Chemical Geology, Vol. 573, pp. 120217 (2021)
      A Morales-Pérez, V Moreno-Rodríguez, R Del Rio-Salas, NG Imam, B González-Méndez, T Pi-Puig, F Molina-Freaner, R Loredo-Portales
      doi: 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2021.120217

    11. Synthesis and comparative evaluation of optical and electrochemical properties of efficacious heterostructured-nanocatalysts of ZnSe with commercial and reduced titania
      Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Vol. 879, pp. 160449 (2021)
      S Jamil, N Jabeen, LU Khan, A Bashir, N Janjua, M Harfouche, M Sohail, AH Siddique, A Iqbal, N Qadeer, Z Akhter
      doi: 10.1016/j.jallcom.2021.160449

    1. Investigation of Ti-substitution effects on structural and electrochemical properties of Na0.67Mn0.5Fe0.5O2 battery cells
      International Journal of Energy Research, Vol. 44 - 14, pp. 11794-11806 (2020)
      S Altin, S Altundag, E Altin, E Oz, M Harfouche, A Bayri
      doi: 10.1002/er.5820

    2. An investigation of the improvement in energy storage performance of Na2/3Mn1/2Fe1/2O2 by systematic Al-substitution
      Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, Vol. 31 - 17, pp. 14784-14794 (2020)
      S Altin, S AltundaAY, E Altin, M Harfouche, A Bayri
      doi: 10.1007/s10854-020-04042-x

    3. LiNi0.8Co0.15Ti0.05O2: synthesis by solid state reaction and investigation of structural and electrochemical properties with enhanced battery performance
      Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, Vol. 31 - 22, pp. 20527-20538 (2020)
      A Bayri, E Gocer, E Altin, S Altundag, E Oz, M Harfouche, S Altin, S Avci
      doi: 10.1007/s10854-020-04572-4

    4. Local lattice relaxation around Tl substitutional impurities in a NaI(Tl) scintillator crystal
      Radiation Physics and Chemistry, Vol. 177, pp. 108992 (2020)
      A Filipponi, G Profeta, N Di Marco, V Zema, K Schäffner, F Reindl, M Harfouche, A Trapananti, A Di Cicco
      doi: 10.1016/j.radphyschem.2020.108992

    5. Highly efficient 3D-ZnO nanosheet photoelectrodes for solar-driven water splitting: Chalcogenide nanoparticle sensitization and mathematical modeling
      Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Vol. 828, pp. 154472 (2020)
      CT Altaf, M Faraji, A Kumtepe, N Abdullayeva, N Yilmaz, E Karagoz, A Bozbey, H Kurt, M Sankir, ND Sankir
      doi: 10.1016/j.jallcom.2020.154472

    6. Electronic structure and electrochemical analysis of the Li2Mn1-xSexO3 materials on April 02, 2020.
      Solid State Ionics, Vol. 349, pp. 115299 (2020)
      O.M. Ozkendir, G. Celik, S. Ates, S. Aktas, S. Gunaydin, M. Harfouche, F. Bondino, E. Magnano, H. Baveghar, I. Ulfat
      doi: 10.1016/j.ssi.2020.115299

    1. Exceptionally active and stable catalysts for CO2 reforming of glycerol to syngas
      Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, Vol. 256 - 117808, pp. (2019)
      S. Bac, Z. Say, Y. Kocak, K.E. Ercan, M. Harfouche, E. Ozensoy, A.K. Avci
      doi: 10.1016/j.apcatb.2019.117808

    2. Boron activity in the inactive Li2MnO3 cathode material
      Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena, Vol. 235, pp. 23-28 (2019)
      O.M. Ozkendir, M. Harfouche, I. Ulfat, C. Kaya, G. Celik, S. Ates, S. Aktas, H. Bavigar, T. Colak
      doi: 10.1016/j.elspec.2019.06.011

    3. Lyotropic Liquid Crystalline Mesophases Made of Salt-Acid-Surfactant Systems for the Synthesis of Novel Mesoporous Lithium Metal Phosphates
      ChemPlusChem, Vol. 84, pp. 1-11 (2019)
      I. Uzunok, J. Kim, T. O. Colak, D. S. Kim, H. Kim, M. Kim, Y. Yamauchi, O. Dag
      doi: 10.1002/cplu.201900435

    4. Synthesis and water oxidation electrocatalytic and electrochromic behaviours of mesoporous nickel oxide thin film electrodes
      Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Vol. 7 - 38, pp. 22012-22020 (2019)
      A. Amirzhanova, I. Karakaya, C. B. Uzundal, G. Karaoglu, F. Karadas, O. Dag
      doi: 10.1039/c9ta07693j


    1. Fabrication and Exploration of Efficacious Transition Metal Oxides (TMO) based Nano-catalysts: Headway to Green Energy, (2021)
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    Messaoud HARFOUCHE
    XAFS/XRF Beamline Senior Scientist
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    XAFS/XRF Beamline Scientist
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