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X-ray absorption fine-structure (XAFS) is a spectroscopic technique that uses x-rays to probe the physical and chemical structure of matter at an atomic scale. XAFS.org is a community website (a wiki), editable by its users. Site materials include news articles, tutorials and overviews, and information on workshops, short courses, and XAFS-related conferences. There are also links to software downloads and documentation, information related to experiments and measurements of XAFS and related techniques, and discussions of field-specific applications. Other materials include theory and analysis of XAFS, techniques related to XAFS, and links to community groups and other organizations with related information.

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