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75 1C). 2 UV-vis-ED-XAFS-Raman Beale et al. described a cell to combine UV-Vis, laser Raman, and EDXAFS spectroscopy. A glass capillary held in a furnace holds the catalyst in powder form and the two optical spectroscopy techniques are coupled to the reactor via glass fiber, as illustrated in Fig. 12. 121 The design ensured that the same area on the catalyst was probed by the techniques. Fig. 12 Capillary reaction-spectroscopy cell for simultaneously measuring Raman/UV-vis (reflectance mode) and energy dispersive XAFS (transition mode).

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