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List of materials analysis methods

Analytical ultracentrifuge forces analysis ultracentrifugation.
The ARPES – angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy.
AES – auger electron spectroscopy.
APFIM – Atom probe field ion microscopy.
APS – appearance potential spectroscopy.
AAS – atomic absorption spectroscopy.
AFS – atomic fluorescence spectroscopy.
ATR – attenuated total internal reflection.
AFM – atomic force microscopy.
AED – auger electron diffraction.
ARUPS – angle resolved ultraviolet photoemission spectroscopy.

1. B
BiFC – Bimolecular fluorescence complementation.
Fucking Amateurs – back scattered electron diffraction, see Dore.
Bet – bet surface area measurement.
BKD – backscatter Kikuchi diffraction, see Dore.
Bret – resonance energy transfer bioluminescence.

2. With
Cryo-EM – cryo-electron microscopy.
CE – capillary electrophoresis.
Cars – coherent anti-Stokes Raman spectroscopy.
Scattering CAICISS coaxial impact ion spectroscopy.
CDI – coherent diffraction imaging.
CV – cyclic voltammetry.
CBED – convergent beam electron diffraction.
Cryo-SEM – cryo-electron microscopy.
CCM – charge collection microscopy.
LSCM – laser scanning confocal microscopy.
Cosy – correlation spectroscopy.
CL – Cathodoluminescence. (КЛ – Катодолюминесценция)
CHP – cryo-electron tomography.

3. D
DVS – dynamic vapor sorption.
Dielectric spectroscopy – dielectric spectroscopy.
DHvA – de Haas–van Alphen effect.
DTA – differential thermal analysis.
DSC – differential scanning calorimetry.
DRS – spectroscopy of diffuse reflection.
DIC – differential interference contrast microscopy.
DLS – dynamic light scattering.
DETA – dielectric thermal analysis.
DMA – dynamic mechanical analysis.
Dpi dual polarization interferometry.
DLTS – deep-level transient spectroscopy.

4. E
EPR – electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy.
EFTEM – the transmission of energy filtered electron microscopy.
EDS or edX – energy dispersive x-ray spectroscopy.
Dore – electron backscatter diffraction.
E – Electroluminescence. (Эл – Электролюминесценция)
EIT and ERT – electrical impedance tomography and electrical resistivity tomography.
Endor – electron nuclear double resonance, see ESR or EPR.
EBIC – electron beam induced current and see IBIC: ion beam induced charge.
Adria – Energy-dispersive analysis of x-rays.
ESEM – environmental scanning electron microscopy.
Erma – electronic-probe microanalysis.
Electron crystallography – Electron crystallography.
By exafs – extended x-ray absorption fine structure.
ECOSY – exclusive correlation spectroscopy.
ESI-MS and ISP-MS with Electrospray mass spectrometry or mass spectrometry Electrospray.
EPR – electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy.
ELS Electrophoretic light scattering.
EBS – elastic non-rezerfordovskogo spectrometry backscattering RBS, see.
ECT – electrical capacitance tomography.
ESD – electron stimulated desorption.
Of ESTM – electrochemical scanning tunneling microscopy.
EDMR – electrically detected magnetic resonance, see ESR or EPR.
ERD or Erda – elastic recoil detection or elastic recoil analysis.
EXSY – exchange spectroscopy.
ESCA. electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis* see EPS.
Acne – loss spectroscopy electron energy.
EID – Electron desorption induced.

5. F
Ksts – fluorescence cross-correlation spectroscopy.
FIB – focused ion beam microscopy.
FTICR or FT-MS – Fourier or mass spectrometry ion cyclotron resonance Fourier transform.
FRS forward recoil spectrometry, a synonym of ERD.
FOSPM – feature-oriented scanning probe microscopy.
Fluorescence anisotropy fluorescence anisotropy.
Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy with Fourier transform.
Fluorescence microscopy – Fluorescence microscopy.
FEM – field emission microscopy.
Fret – fluorescence resonance energy transfer.
Birefringence flow birefringence flow.
FLIM – fluorescence lifetime imaging.
FIM-AP field ion microscopy–atom probe.
FCS – fluorescence correlation spectroscopy.

6. G
GISAXS – moving small-angle x-ray scattering.
GC-MS – gas chromatography-mass spectrometry.
GUO – glow discharge optical spectroscopy.
GLC – gas-liquid chromatography.
GDMS – glow discharge mass spectrometry.
GIXR – moving x-ray reflectometry.
GIXD – grazing incidence at x-ray diffraction.

7. H
Hi-Erda – heavy ion elastic recoil detection analysis.
Has – helium atom scattering.
HREM – high resolution electron microscopy.
HREELS – high-resolution spectroscopy of energy losses of electrons.
HAADF – high angle annular dark field image.
It-again – high energy protons x-ray radiation.
HREM – high-resolution transmission electron microscopy.
HPLC – high performance liquid chromatography.

8. I
IBIC – ion beam induced charge microscopy.
Of IETS – inelastic electronic tunneling spectroscopy.
AES-ICP – inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy.
IGF – fusion inert gas.
IBA – ion beam analysis.
H ions by x-ray analysis: see particle induced x-ray emission.
ITC – isothermal titration calorimetry.
ICR – ion cyclotron resonance.
IVEM medium voltage electron microscopy.
Ins – scattering Ion neutralization spectroscopy inelastic neutron.
Immunofluorescence – Immunofluorescence. (Иммунофлюоресценция – Иммунофлюоресценция)
IgA – intelligent gravimetric analysis.
ISS – spectroscopy ion scattering.
IPEA ions by auger-electron spectroscopy.
IRS – infrared spectroscopy.
ICP-MS inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry.
IRNDT – infrared non-destructive testing of materials.

9. L
LOES – laser optical emission spectroscopy.
Leis – low energy ion scattering.
LEED – low energy electron diffraction.
LC-MS – liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry.
LS – light Raman scattering.
LALLS – low angle laser scattering light.
LEU – low-energy electron microscopy.
Library breakdown Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy.

10. M
MPM – Multiphoton fluorescence microscopy.
MS – mass spectrometry.
MS / MS – tandem mass spectrometry.
Mossbauer spectroscopy, Mossbauer spectroscopy.
MSGE – mechanically stimulated gas emission.
MALDI – matrix-activated laser desorption / ionization.
MIT magnetic induction tomography.
MRI – magnetic resonance imaging.
MBE – molecular beam epitaxy.
MFM magnetic force microscopy.
MRFM – magnetic resonance force microscopy.
MTA – analysis Microthermal.
Meis – medium energy ion scattering.

11. N
NEXAFS – near edge x-ray absorption fine structure.
IBRO has – near-field optical microscopy.
NOESY spectroscopy the nuclear Overhauser effect.
Nanovid microscopy – microscopy, Nanovid.
NAA – neutron activation analysis.
NIS – nuclear inelastic scattering / absorption.
ND – neutron diffraction.
NDP – neutron depth profiling.
NRA – nuclear reaction analysis.
NMR spectroscopy nuclear magnetic resonance.

12. On
OES – optical emission spectroscopy.
ODNMR – optically detected magnetic resonance, see ESR or EPR.
OBIC – optical beam induced current.
Methods Of Osmometry Methods Of Osmometry.

13. P
Photoacoustic spectroscopy – Photoacoustic spectroscopy.
PTS – Photothermal spectroscopy.
PET agreement – Photoacoustic imaging, or photoacoustic tomography.
Parametrom. (Параметром)
PINEM – photon-induced near-field microscopy.
X-particles or protons, x-ray spectroscopy.
Powder diffraction – diffraction.
FES – Photoelectron spectroscopy.
PD – quantum yields of photodesorption.
Girl – particles or protons, gamma spectroscopy, see nuclear reaction analysis.
PDEIS – Potentiodynamic electrochemical impedance spectroscopy.
PAX – photoemission of adsorbed xenon.
PDS – photothermal deflection spectroscopy.
PED – photoelectron diffraction.
PAS – positron annihilation spectroscopy.
Or PC spectroscopy of photocurrent.
Peels – parallel spectroscopy electron energy loss.
FL – photoluminescence. (ФЛ – фотолюминесценция)
PEEM – Photoemission electron microscopy and photoelectron emission microscopy.
Candidate photoelectron diffraction. (Кандидат фотоэлектронной дифракции)
Phase contrast microscopy – phase contrast microscopy.
PTMS – Photothermal Microspectroscopy.

14. R
The RIXS – resonant inelastic x-ray scattering.
Raman – Raman spectroscopy.
Rims – resonance ionization mass spectrometry.
Rubles spectroscopy – resonance Raman spectroscopy.
RDS – the difference in reflectivity spectroscopy.
REM – the reflection electron microscopy.
RBS spectrometry rezerfordovskogo backscatter.
RHEED diffraction of fast electrons on reflection.
RAXRS – resonant anomalous x-ray scattering.

15. With
Of SERS – surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy.
SNOM – scanning near-field optical microscopy.
SIL – solid immersion lens.
SEM – scanning electron microscopy.
Sted – stimulated emission depletion microscopy.
Sec – size exclusion chromatography.
Sims – secondary ion mass spectrometry.
SPM – scanning probe microscopy.
Scem is a scanning confocal microscopy.
STM – scanning tunneling microscopy.
Sad – selected area diffraction.
Stark spectroscopy stark spectroscopy.
SEIRA – surface enhanced infrared absorption spectroscopy.
SNMS – sputtered neutral species mass spectroscopy.
Sans – small-angle scattering in.
The Saed – selected area electron diffraction.
STS – scanning tunneling spectroscopy.
Sam – scanning auger microscopy.
SIM – solid immersion mirror.
SEXAFS – surface extended x-ray absorption fine structure.
SAXS – small angle x-ray scattering.
Stem – scanning transmission electron microscopy.
SERRS – surface enhanced resonance Raman spectroscopy.
SRM-CE / MS – selected-reaction-monitoring capillary-electrophoresis and mass spectrometry.
SE – spectroscopic ellipsometry.
SXRD – surface x-ray diffraction SXRD.
SPECT – single photon emission computed tomography.
SSNMR solid state nuclear magnetic resonance.
SCANIIR – the composition of the surface by analysis of neutral species and ion-impact radiation.
SESANS – spin-Echo small-angle neutron scattering.
SICM – scanning ion conductance microscopy.

16. T
TMA – Thermomechanical analysis.
Two-photon excitation microscopy two-photon excitation microscopy.
TAT or tact – Thermoacoustic tomography or thermoacoustic computed tomography see Also photoacoustic tomography – PET.
TEM – transmission electron microscope / microscopy.
TOF-MS – time-of-flight mass spectrometry.
TIRFM – total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy.
TGA – Thermogravimetric analysis.
Tims – thermal ionization mass spectrometry.
TLS – Photothermal lens spectroscopy, a type of photothermal spectroscopy.
TXRF – total reflection x-ray fluorescence analysis.
Teak – transmitting ion kinetic analysis.

17. Have. (Есть)
UPS – UV photoelectron spectroscopy.
Attenuation spectroscopy, ultrasonic spectroscopy ultrasound attenuation.
USAXS ultra – small angle x-ray scattering.
UV, visible, and ultraviolet–visible spectroscopy.
USANS scattering ultra small angle neutron scattering.
Ultrasonic inspection – ultrasonic inspection.

18. X
XRS – x-ray Raman scattering.
Data of x-ray standing wave technique.
XRR – x-ray reflectometry.
Hush – x-ray absorption spectroscopy.
X-ray analysis – x-ray crystallography.
Analysis Xrd – x-ray diffraction.
X Suu – x-ray crystal truncation rod scattering.
XPS – x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.
XANES synonymous with NEXAFS near edge x-ray absorption fine structure.
XPEEM – x-ray photoelectron emission microscopy.
XDС – x-ray diffuse scattering.
XRES – x-ray resonant exchange scattering.
XAES x – ray-induced auger-electron spectroscopy.
XRF x – ray fluorescence analysis.

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