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1039/9781782622048-00001 Relevant Aspects of Surface Physical Chemistry 33 insight into diﬀerences in composition over regions of a material, making it possible, for example, to visualize phase segregation in metals. However, due to the deep penetration of the electron beam into the sample and the very weak scattering of the emitted X-rays (as opposed to the strong scattering of secondary electrons or photoelectrons in XPS), the analysis depth of the technique is much greater, on the order of a micron.
However, due to the continuity condition of the electric and magnetic fields of light, an evanescent wave appears on the other side of the interface. The intensity of this wave decays exponentially away from the surface into the second medium with a characteristic decay distance determined by the penetration depth. In ATR-FTIR spectroscopy, the beam is directed into a prism of a material with a higher refractive index than that of the sample, typically a crystal. The sample is pressed onto the prism surface from which the light is reflected, and the evanescent wave formed extends into the sample.
This rapidly developing field encompasses a number of methods that are able to access diﬀerent features beyond the topography, including mechanical, chemical, and electrical properties, and their distribution on the surface. The basic operating principle involves a probe mounted on a cantilever that interacts with the surface of a sample. The sample and the probe are moved relative to each other by piezoelectric actuators. Such devices are capable of achieving extreme precision of movement, on the order of fractions of nanometers.