"Photoemission Electron Spectroscopy (PES) is well-known as the standard Electron Spectroscopy for Chemical Ananlysis (ESCA) technique. In brief, PES and XPS serve as an unique probe to impurities and its chemical information on your sample surfaces identifying the defects and contamination of your products." 

 

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