New Ruthenium 3d and 3p Characterization

An excellent communication in Surface and Interface Analysis from D.J. Morgan[1] presents fitting parameter values for the Ru 3d and Ru 3p peaks for Ru metal, RuO2, RuCl3, Ru(NO)(NO3)3 and Ru(AcAc)3. Binding energies, spin-orbit splittings, asymmetries in the peak shapes and satellite structures are all characterized and presented.
Figure 1. (a) Ru 3d and (b) Ru 3p spectra for metallic ruthenium[1].
Table 2 from [1]. Experimentally determined binding energies and fit parameters for metallic Ru at 20 eV pass energy.
Figure 2. Fitted (a) Ru 3d spectra fro RuO2.xH2O and anhydrous RuO2 and (b) O 1s spectra[1].
Table 3 from [1]. Experimentally determined binding energies and fit parameters for anhydrous and hydrated RuO2 at 20 eV pass energy.
Reference:
[1] D.J. Morgan, Surf. Interface Anal. 47 (2015) 1072-1079.