XPS Spectra


Spectra-Base #1  –  Free of charge

To have free access to 70,000+ Monochromatic XPS spectra and SDP software, and
five (5) Handbooks of Monochromatic XPS Spectra (as PDFs)
please send an e-mail to:  bvcrist@xpslibrary.com.

Please write:  I want to be a Library Member. Thank you.   (Sign your name).



Spectra-Base #1


XPS spectra  (.SDP format)  7304 Data-sets

XPS spectra  (.VMS, .ISO, .TXT format)  3177 Data-sets

XPS spectra  (.VGD format)  7113 Data-sets

AES spectra  (.SDP, .NPL, .VMS  format)  2281 Data-sets

Passwords are needed to be able to download any of the Zipped Data-sets.



Spectra Data Processor (SDP) v8 is provided

free of charge for two (2) years.

SDP v8 opens, processes, exports, and saves all processing to permanent memory.

There are 54 self-training videos for SDP.

After the second year, a new one year license to SDP costs $25.00. Each year costs $25.00.
To purchase a permanent endless license to SDP for $300 by credit card, please contact bvcrist@xpslibrary.com.

All XPS, AES, and REELS spectra are owned and copyrighted by The XPS Library.
Please reference our website whenever publishing copies of any spectra or BEs derived from these spectra.
Reference:  “Published by The XPS Library 2021 – https://xps library.com



Spectra-Base #1 

>70,000 Self-Consistent Monochromatic XPS Spectra
>5,000 High Energy Resolution Auger Spectra
>500 REELS Spectra

Spectra Data Processing (SDP) v8 software can open all ISO, VMS, NPL, and SDP spectra.
SDP processes, peak-fits, identifies, labels, exports to, save all to memory etc…

SDP v8 is provided

free-of-charge with a two (2) year license.



To receive your free two (2) year license to SDP v8.0, please send an e-mail to: bvcrist@xpslibrary.com
Please write:  I want to be a Library Member. Thank you.   (Sign your name).

To have free access you must send an e-mail to:  bvcrist@xpslibrary.com.



Detailed Description of Spectra-Base #1

 organized into

Individual
Chemical State GROUPS
or Industrial Product GROUPS

Because the same scientist used the same data collection methods and calibration BEs, all spectra are
“Self-Consistent”,
making this collection the most reliable collection of XPS and AES spectra currently available.

Each Chemical State GROUP (in a Zip-file) contains 5 to >100 Data-sets collected
from 5 to 100 different Chemical State Species
(Example:  sulfides, carbides, carbonates, oxides…)


Each Zip-file contains 10 to >100 different data-sets (folders) from that Chemical State

Each individual data-set folder contains 4-8 spectra from a single material
(Example:  SiO2, NaCl, GaAs, MoS2…)


Each Industrial Product GROUP contains 5 to >50 similar Industrial Products in each Group

NOTE:  The XPS Library is a Not-for-Profit Organization.  All donations are used to expand, develop, and maintain the Libraries of Monochromatic XPS spectra, the educational content, and the Job Opening lists for XPS scientists provided in “The XPS Library” website.



Chemical & Material Libraries

File Formats currently available:

  • Six (6) different file formats:  *.txt,  *.vms,  *.iso,  *.npl,  *.sdp,  and *.vgd,
  • ASCII-Text formats are:  *.txt,   *.vms,   *.npl,  and  *.iso
  • The *.iso  (also known as: *.vms, *.npl) format is the ISO 14976 file format, that matches *.vms
  • One hundred data-sets are available in the  *.spe or *.pro file format.
  • *.vgd data-files can be opened using Avantage software
  • Using Avantage, each .VGD spectrum can be converted into a *.TXT data-file by using: Copy (Ctrl-C) and pasted into Notepad, and saved as a ASCII-Text file.
  • A new .VGD to .ISO converter is now recently available

Spectra Data Processor, SDP, v8  software:

  • Imports *.txt,  *.iso, *.vms, *.npl,  and *.sdp file formats and also
  • Exports as (Saves as)  *.txt,  *.iso  and *.sdp file formats
  • Exports atom% summary tables as *.xls Excel files
  • Exports peak-fits as *.csv Excel files.

Collections of Monochromatic Spectra are organized as:

  • Chemical State Categories
  • Industrial Products
  • Polymers
  • Database Systems


Chemical State Categories

    • Alloys
    • Alumino-silicates
    • Ammonium salts
    • Barium salts
    • Bicarbonates
    • Binary oxides
    • Borates
    • Borides
    • Bromides
    • Calcium salts
    • Carbides
    • Carbons
    • Carbonates
    • Celluloses
    • Cesium salts
    • Chlorides
    • Chromates
    • Cyanides
    • Elements
    • Fluorides
    • Graphites
    • Halides
    • Hydrocarbons
    • Hydroxides
    • Iodides
    • Implanted gases
    • Lithium salts
    • Magnesium salts
    • Minerals
    • Miscellaneous
    • Native Oxides
    • Niobates
    • Nitrates
    • Nitrides
    • Oxides, binary, ternary
    • Potassium salts
    • Perovskites
    • Phosphides
    • Phosphates
    • Rare earth metals
    • Rare earth oxides
    • Rare earth sulfates
    • Rubidium salts
    • Selenates
    • Selenides
    • Semiconductors
    • SINGLE crystals
    • Silicates
    • Silicides
    • Siloxanes (PDMS…)
    • Sodium salts
    • Sulfides
    • Sulfates
    • Tellurides
    • Thermally grown oxides
    • Titanates
    • Tungstates
    • Zeolites
    • Zirconates
  • Industrial Products (Commercial Goods)

    • Adhesives
    • ALD films
    • Alloys
    • Antistatic agents
    • Antistatic bags
    • Biomaterials
    • Carbon fibers
    • Catalysts
    • Cellophane tape
    • Ceramics
    • Chalcogenides
    • Chromatographic materials
    • Cloth fabrics
    • Coals
    • Coatings
    • Colloidal solutions – dried
    • Contaminants
    • Diamond
    • Double-sided tapes
    • Drill-bit coatings
    • Drying agents
    • Epoxies
    • Finger cots
    • Gel-pak containers
    • Glasses
    • Gloves
    • Glues
    • Greases
    • Inks
    • Kapton tapes
    • Krytox
    • Labels
    • Lens paper
    • Loctites
    • Lubricants
    • Magnetic materials
    • Membrane films
    • Minerals
    • Molecular sieves
    • Nitinol
    • O-rings
    • Optical coatings
    • Optical fibers
    • Papers
    • PCB board
    • Pencil graphite
    • Perovskites
    • Pitch
    • Plasma treated surfaces
    • Plastic Boxes
    • Polymers
    • PSG on Silicon
    • Sandpaper
    • Semi-precious stones
    • Silicone oils
    • Solar materials
    • Solder balls
    • Solvent Residues
    • Solid State solutions
    • Steels
    • Stones
    • Straws
    • Swabs
    • Threadlockers
    • Wafer carrier
    • Waxes
    • Zeolites
  • Polymers & Plastics

    • Acids
    • Alcohols
    • Amides
    • Aromatics
    • Carbonates
    • Celluloses
    • Esters
    • Ethers
    • Halogenated
    • Hydrocarbons
    • Hydroxides
    • Imides
    • Ketones
    • Nitriles
    • Nylons
    • Siloxanes
    • Sulfides
    • Sulfones
    • Urethanes
  •  Tradename Polymers
    • Teflon
    • Mylar
    • Kevlar
    • Nomex
    • Viton
    • Krytox
    • Fomblin
    • Tefzel


  •  Database Systems

    • Binary Oxides, 46 MB (*.sdp)
    • Carbon KLL Auger, 2 MB (*.sdp)
    • Chemical State Groups, 1 GB (*.vgd)
    • Flood Gun ON – Native Oxides, 1 MB (plots)
    • Handbook Series, 34 MB (*.iso, *.vms)
    • HER Auger Spectra, 12 MB (*.sdp)
    • Industrial Goods, 67 MB (*.vgd)
    • Miscellaneous, 60 MB (*.vgd, *.txt)
    • Native Oxides, FG OFF, 16 MB (*.vgd)
    • Native Oxides FG ON-OFF, 5 MB (*.sdp)
    • NECSA-Bio Polymers, 2 MB (*.mrs)
    • Original S-Probe, 90 MB (*.mrs)
    • PHI Handbook Spectra, 6 MB (*.spe)
    • Polymers, 46 MB (*.sdp)
    • Rare Earth Materials, 36 MB (*.vgd)
    • S-Probe, 200 MB (*.mrs ASCII format)
    • Single Crystals, 240 MB (*.vgd)
    • SpecMaster, 527 MB (*.sdp)
    • SpecMaster Pro, 1.8 GB (*.sdp)
    • TXL IP-eSF, 340 MB (*.vgd)
    • TXL Pro, 2.0 GB (*.vgd)
    • TXL Misc, 60 MB (*.vgd)
    • TXL ULTIMATE, 3 GB (*.vgd, *.sdp, *.txt, images)
    • UHV Gas Capture, 1 MB (3D plots)
    • Valence Bands, 3 MB (*.txt, *.sdp)
    • VG Eclipse Spectra, 9 MB (*.dts)
    • X-ray Degradation of Polymers, 1 MB (*.sdp)
    • XPS Simplified, 14 MB (*.vgd)